Part Three – Why is Creating Art So Draining?
You’ve stumbled upon the final post in a three-part blog series, exploring the reasons why creating art (or anything, really) is so draining. Reason One has to do with tiny little decisions. Reason Two involves a word that I had to spell check before publishing – Endorphins. And the final reason creativity is so draining […]More Info
Part Two – Why is Creating Art So Draining?
This is the second part of a three-part blog series, exploring the physically and mentally draining side of creating art (or creating anything, for that matter). The first reason creating art is so draining is because there are so many tiny little stinkin’ decisions to make, all day every day. The second reason creativity is […]More Info
Part One – Why is Creating Art So Draining?
(This post was originally written for SundayMag) Emotionally sapped. Physically wiped. Excited. Disappointed. Energized. Quicker to anger. Slower to grace. A little depressed. A little relieved. I’m not sure what you feel like as you labor through an artistic or creative endeavor, but the phrases above describe me. It’s crazy, really. This wonderful and beautiful thing can […]More Info
What Churches Can Uniquely Offer on Christmas Eve
If you’re offering a Christmas Eve service for your community, I’ve got a quick thought as you finalize the planning. People are stepping out of the crazy and the chaotic, finding a comfortable spot in your church building, and gasping for breath. I promise that the good people in your church are most definitely not […]More Info
Next Level Leadership for Creative Team Leaders
I think having an artistic bent on life is a difficult life to live. I also think leading anyone in any right direction is a close-to-impossible thing to do. Many people function 60 hours a week as both. They are the Creative Team Leaders. They lead in churches, in small businesses, in Fortune 500 companies, […]More Info