Word of Mouth – November 10, 2011 – Corsets of Structure

November 10, 2011 at 6:00 am | Posted in Blog | Leave a comment

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Word of Mouth – November 10, 2011

Corsets of Structure

Lifting the corset of structure off the creative process. What the heck does that mean? That’s a phrase that Linda wrote down at the spiritual marketing seminar she recently attended in San Francisco.

Corsets, as the Victorians knew, were restrictive and constrictive. Women who wore them could never truly relax – the bones kept them rigidly upright. Nor could they ever take a full breath. That’s why they were always fainting.

When we limit our creative thinking about our businesses by adhering to strict rules (often the way we’ve always done something, or the way someone told us it should be done), we do the same thing. We restrict and constrict our ability to react, shift and dance our way through our businesses. Our businesses should be joyful expressions of our hearts, personalities and spirits, instead of stiff, uptight struggles, right?

Often, this process of unbinding creativity leaves us and our clients vulnerable – speaking from the heart always does when armor is removed. What would you change about your current business if money and time and consequence were no barrier? What truth would you reveal if you had the freedom to do so? What would you create if you had the support and confidence?

That’s what we mean by lifting the corset of structure off the creative process. We hope you’ll take the journey with us by sharing your story.

To explore more with Hamptons Creative Group, fill out our easy, no obligation enrollment form and let’s begin our co-creativeship.

Read all this week’s blog posts:

How is that Possible?

Age is Just a Number to Facebook Users

5 Step SMS Marketing


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