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The World Suffers from Unrealized Creativity

But where do I start, I hear you say?

Unrealized Creativity

If you are alive and breathing right now, there is a good chance that you were made for more than this.

We need to actively pursue that call. Pursue it for yourself. Pursue it for others. The world needs your creativity.

But where do I start, I hear you say?

I think the more important question you should ask yourself is, “when did I stop?”

Let’s be honest here.

We need to refuse to stay stagnant. To stop comparing ourselves to others. To launch into every new day with expectancy.

Comparison is a thief of joy. It’s also a thief of creativity.

I’ve heard people say “I’m not creative”. Only to see their lives speak otherwise.

Creativity is not about just design, music or art. It’s a lifestyle of finding new ways to communicate, move, and impact in the spheres you have been given.

Benjamin Kamp is a strategic advisor, fractional executive, reformer, and author of "Simplify Online." His passion is to see you and your organization fully come into your purpose. And to see that happen offers a unique mix of strategic advisory and executive leadership, with a focus on technology and AI, through his business, BISVI."

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Never Let Technology Keep You from Your Dream!

Technology Dream

I’m passionate about Dreams. Every creative vision, every work of art, every business idea never brought to life is a loss for all of us. I’ve heard it said, the richest place on earth is the graveyard. Because buried in one are a multitude of world-changing ideas, songs, art, movies, and businesses never realized. Creative visions never shared which passed away too soon. 

What is the dream you are holding on the inside, and what is preventing you from pursuing it? My heart and passion is to see your dream released into the world. For too many, it’s the overwhelm of the digital world. We feel like we have to compete online, jump into the web of websites, social media, and digital marketing.  

Are you holding back your dream because delivering it to the world would require you to deal with technology and the digital world? I get it. There’re thousands of platforms and tools. Social media, websites, SEO, advertising, and the list goes on. All this noise and experts telling you to do x, y, z and a, b, c. It’s overwhelming. It’s confusing. You might have even tried to get online and invested thousands of dollars in your web presence only to be left with a tool you don’t understand and never helped you grow your business.

It’s time to simplify the digital world. It was made to serve your purposes and to build your dream, not to steal from it.

I want to share with you what I believe is the key to simplifying, understanding, and using technology to further your cause. Connecting with people. More specifically, one person – your perfect ideal customer – that you are building everything for.

Here’s the reality. You shouldn’t be looking at technology. Your job is to study your person. To understand how you can best take care of your person, where your person is, and how you want to connect with your person. It’s that simple. A person connecting with another person. You don’t need the “10 best growth hacks” or “secret formula.” You simply need to know where your person is and then go where they are and connect with them the way you want to.

Is your person on Facebook? Is that a place you want to be? Do you want to have a discussion with your person there? Then figure out how you can do that in a way that aligns with who you are and the culture you want to create in your business. You don’t have to commit to creating content and posting on Facebook every day. You could just as easily connect with your person by running ads. Bring them to the place you want to have the conversation (your blog, YouTube, an email, a telephone conversation). Or you could do the same by partnering with those who already are creating the content on Facebook.

The bottom line is this. There is no reason to be intimidated by technology. Technology isn’t important. People are. Spend your time focusing on your person and then let technology help you do that better.

Here at Worth it Living, my person is a world changer, like you, and I am focused on doing everything I can to empower you to live your purpose.

Don’t hold back, the world is waiting for what you have!

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