Creativity and Abundance

October 30, 2012

Elizabeth Gilbert, author of Eat, Pray, Love:

As I’ve been more involved in the art community, I have noticed the prevalent attitude of struggle and poverty in the creative process. As an entrepreneur, I don’t understand this thought process. Struggle is not necessary – it’s a choice.

Challenges are everywhere so it’s an adjustment to the mindset and thought process that correlates to the experience of it and the ultimate outcome. If you believe the creative process is filled with struggle and poverty – you’ll find that’s true for you. I choose to believe it’s a stimulating, engaging, soulful process that unfolds with ease and leads to abundance. I’m confident that’s the journey I’ll enjoy and the outcome that will be revealed.
TEDx Interview with Elizabeth Gilbert
Sincerely,

Lena Jácome

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