Blogging from A to Z Challenge: K is for Kinetic

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My theme for the Blogging from A to Z challenge is Creativity. Today we get moving with Kinetic. Kinetic: moving, energizing, dynamic. To be creative, you must get your mind—and sometimes your body—moving. It takes energy to create something, and often the hardest part is getting going, taking that first step. You might have to really push yourself, but you can’t move forward until you start moving. To be creative, you have to be energized. Be excited about your project. The more energy you put into it, the more ideas you’ll produce and the more satisfaction you’ll have. That initial energy will also compound itself—as you get more involved in your work, you’ll become more excited and more energetic. To be creative, you must be dynamic. Being dynamic is related to energy and motion, but it’s also characterized by continuous change, activity, or progress. You have to keep moving forward, but you also have to be willing to change if something isn’t working out for you. Remember, there’s never one solution to creativity. Your first attempt isn’t always your last. If you want to be dynamic, that is, if you want to progress, you have to be open to new ideas, new methods, open to change. Short post today. So…let’s get moving!

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About lindacovella

I am an author of fiction for tweens and teens.
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12 Responses to Blogging from A to Z Challenge: K is for Kinetic

  1. Dynamic & energizing post!
    Thanks Linda!
    Writer In Transit

  2. Yeah, I walk every day and it can be a great time for getting ideas sorted out! Thanks for sharing, great to meet you.

    • lindacovella says:

      Hi Chris. I’ve had luck, too, figuring things out while on a walk. Thanks for stopping by. I’ll visit your blog–in a rush right now since I’m away for the weekend!

  3. Openess to new ideas is a huge thing for the needed energy … as is coffee, which I despertely need right now. 🙂 Thanks, Linda. Great post.

  4. desperately … told you I needed coffee.

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