For many of us, creativity is something that belongs to other people – actors, writers, musicians, artists – it is not something we would describe ourselves as having. However, creativity is innate in everyone and a key part of our personality. As children, we are in touch with our natural creativity. We learn by engaging all of our senses and we know the value of curiosity and fun. As we get older this creative and intuitive self is stifled and locked away as we become burdened with responsibilities at work and home. In 'How to Be Creative' Liz Dean shows you simple ways to bring creativity back into your life. She starts by looking at the biggest obstacle to creativity: making time. Liz shows you how spending just ten minutes a day on a creative project is enough time to spark new ideas and tap into your creative power. With over 40 specially-designed exercises and original case studies to inspire you, 'How to be Creative' is your go-to guide to a happier, more fulfilled life.
Liz Dean is an author, editor and poet. She was co-editor of 'Kindred Spirit' and is the author of the 'Art of Tarot' (978-1-904991-04-5, over 250,000 copies sold), 'The Golden Tarot' (978-1-906094-86-7), and 'The Victorian Steampunk Tarot' (978-1-78249-111-8), all published by CICO Books. She has run workshops on tarot and the creative process for writers and artists, and currently teaches at Selfridges, London, on working with angels, intuition and the higher self. The author is based in Leicester, UK.