Ruts & Grooves (0:19)
I fall into them too, so does every crazy genius I work with. A creative rut is usually caused by confusion, or mental exhaustion, or boredom, or not playing big enough. The creative work we do, inventing something from nothing, day after day, then trying to figure out how to market it and make a buck, is mostly exhausting and the process can be tedious and mind-numbing. At some point it just becomes easier to slip into the “tred-grooves” of what others have already created, and just follow along.
|Posted By NURREDIN|
| RUTS AND GROOVES |
When I was an intern at King Records,Bud Hobgood told me...."One man's rut is another man's groove". I always think of him when I'm feeling uninspired.
|Posted By Rachel Walker|
| Pendulum Swinger... |
Good evening Michael! I am over-the-top excited about moving forward as at some of the ruts, a bridge has been built!!! I am so looking forward to this year of creating! for sure. :-) Have a really awesome evening and an even better tomorrow! :-) Rachel
|Posted By Maryanna|
| Playing bigger |
I always think I'm "playing big" going into a project. But when it's finally finished, I always think I could have played bigger.
|Posted By Mark Becker|
| Deep rut |
Your words help to make digging out easier. Thanks.
|Posted By Coffe|
| Ruts |
That's me sitting in the rut.....thanks for letting down the rope so I can climb out!