Creative Mind Quotes

Quotes tagged as "creative-mind" (showing 1-25 of 25)
Amit Kalantri
“Eccentricity of a creative mind may not be pleasing for the people around it, but it is important for the progress.”
Amit Kalantri, Wealth of Words

Jan Mckingley Hilado
“When dreams are not clear, the results are often as blurred. You won't be able to arrive at your desired destination if you are not certain of where you're going. You have to be able to see clearly and perfectly.”
Jan Mckingley Hilado, Rich Real Radical: 40 Lessons from a Magna Cum Laude and a College Drop Out

Lauryn Doll
“I believe when we’re able to fully own and express ourselves, we are able to tap into a creative power deeply rooted from our sexual energy – which is our creative energy. We’re so sexually loose, and also sexually strained. We don’t understand the creative power we have because we’re so busy using it in all the wrong ways – or worse, not using it at all.”
Lauryn Doll

Nataša Nuit Pantović
“It was during the Renaissance that creativity was first seen, not as a matter of divine inspiration, but as a gift of a great learned man to imitate God’s ability to create. As Prometheus stole the fire of the Gods and brought it to the mankind, humanity needed to steal the secret of ‘creation’ from Gods and understand its essence.”
Nataša Nuit Pantović, Conscious Creativity; Mindfulness Meditations

Maarten Schafer
“In this time of 'information overload', people do not need more information. They want a story they can relate to.”
Maarten Schafer, Around The World in 80 Brands

Michele Jennae
“I'm not reinventing myself. I'm finding myself. There's a difference!”
Michele Jennae

Banani Ray
“Knowledge is borrowed. Imagination is original. It is the power of imagination that makes us different from our animal ancestors.”
Banani Ray, Awakening Inner Guru

“Making art requires a degree of intentionality. All works of art require a contemplative individual drawing from their bank of knowledge and immersion into the realms of memory and imagination in order to make an outward, communicative expression. Only human beings can draw upon the dialectical tension between memory and imagination to create artistic renderings.”
Kilroy J. Oldster, Dead Toad Scrolls

Lisa Halliday
“I once heard a filmmaker say that in order to be truly creative a person must be in possession of four things: irony, melancholy, a sense of competition, and boredom.”
Lisa Halliday, Asymmetry

“In this world of stars, I just want to be different”
Lust (DreadLock Monsta)

“.. be more Creative,
every Day, every Hours, every Minutes or every Seconds and if possible every MOMENT :)”
krvishal

“A creative person aspires to devote the core state of their mind fixated upon performing the surge of work that expresses the raw passion driving an evolving notion of their quintessence.”
Kilroy J. Oldster, Dead Toad Scrolls

Lailah Gifty Akita
“We had to think differently to do what must be done.”
Lailah Gifty Akita

Jay Woodman
“Life is an adventure I am enjoying creating.”
Jay Woodman

“The candor of a civilized mind comes from the ability to question self before action; the reverse is the case for the creative mind; act first, then question later.”
Val Uchendu

Lailah Gifty Akita
“The greatest discovery is self-discovery.”
Lailah Gifty Akita, Think Great: Be Great!

“She once said, "Just because you have talent doesn't mean you have to do something with it.”
Nanette Vonnegut, Drawings

“148She once said, "Just because you have talent doesn't mean you have to you have to do something with it.”
Nanette Vonnegut, Drawings

Amit Kalantri
“Some artists are criticised, some artists are admired, but some artists are loved and they are the one who are remembered.”
Amit Kalantri, Wealth of Words

“People want to do business with you because of 'who you are' and 'what you stand for'... not because of 'what you do'.

"Create your story... publish it online and make sure people will find you when they Google you.”
Anouk Pappers & Maarten Schäfer, Coolbrands - The Guru book

“Creative geniuses redefine the desired solution. They don't just push the envelope; they create a whole new courier system.”
Puneet Bhatnagar, Power-Goals

“A man does not live on bread alone. I need to work in order to eat and to find an outlet for my vital, creative essence.”
Kilroy J. Oldster, Dead Toad Scrolls

Brenda Sutton Rose
“To write with truth, I’ve been known to slow dance my words over graves of buried prayers, to drink my words under the shadow of my grandfather’s whiskey bottles, to lift my words from under the gaze of my daddy’s gentle eyes. I’ve had to write from the seeding syllables of my gardens, from the ammunition of my ancestors’ battlegrounds, and from the misery of my families’ tattered Bibles. I’ve pulled stories from the soil of my homeplace, from the juice stains of freshly-picked blackberries, and from the bottom of my bare feet. I write with the barbed-wire nouns and plural verbs of my mistakes, with the cast iron consonants and silent sugary vowels of my mother’s kitchen. But in the end, the only thing that matters is that I write.”
Brenda Sutton Rose