The easiest way to blog about deep stuff i.e. meaning.
The big question – what to write, what to paint, what to create? Too often bloggers don’t know what to write about. There are tons of how-tos on tons of subjects. Sometimes useful, sometimes wacky. Lots superficial.
Here’s our take on this; we are all busy people. If you take the time to read this, then we want to make it worth your while. My partner and I will write about what’s meaningful, inspiring and useful from our perspective, and we’d be thrilled if these ideas resonate with you.
Our blog JoinCreativePeople is devoted to insights on personal growth, developing creative potential of teams and identifying and creating new options for working in a more satisfying, meaningful way in an enriched environment. We’re interested in how spatial arrangement influences how we work, how trust changes company culture and leads more to co-collaboration and why these values are so difficult to implement.
In which companies today is feedback process- oriented? When are people allowed to really learn from their mistakes? Why can’t work be more fun? Where to begin to take steps to change? Just a few of the questions and topics that spark our interest us.
And upfront what are some of our answers?
We have several. And there are more answers if people are open to the learning. One possibility, for example is the use of new thinking tools.
The easiest ways to write about meaning? Write about what moves you, about the subjects that you’re passionate about – either that make your blood boil or that you love. Be honest and authentic, use the linguistic craft of formulating your ideas to communicate -not to hide behind. Commit to revealing your inner voice and truths. Be brave!
There are an infinite number of viewpoints and libraries full of literature on the topics of creativity, design thinking, methods for innovation and future of work mentioned above. But we will use the freedom and freshness of a bibliography-free blog in today’s digital space, to write about what matters to us, what we feel is meaningful, useful and what tickles us a little pink. Won’t you join us?
“The best way to predict the future is to invent it.” (Alan Kay).