Re: When Limits Spark Creativity
I seem to do ok working with my limitations. Actually, how you describe limitations makes a big difference. For example, is it a "challenge" or an "excuse", is it "outside of your comfort zone", or are you just "crap at it". Internalising how you describe your challenges has a profound affect on how you approach them. You'd be surprised how such a small thing matters.
Me, I put 1 finger up at limitations I can do nothing about, but quantify limitations that are self imposed.
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