I love create entrepreneurs that are doing and have done their THANG! Today's post celebrates the wonderful life of Whitney Houston. I consider it a true honor to have witness such creative energy in my life time. My hopes has always been to celebrate the greatness in all creative entrepreneurs and I continue to hope that the School of Creative Business (SOCB) will always inspire you to be the star in your own creative life.
Over the past few months, SOCB has celebrated many astounding superstar quality creative entrepreneurs- among them Mo Stegall, An’Angelia Thompson, Herb Dickinson, and Byran K. Osburn. We all know that as much as these incredible entrepreneurs have accomplished, there will always be more goals to accomplish- another chance to shine. The key thing to remember is that we are the designers, producers, and writers of our own lives.
Whitney Houston produced a creative empire that shine beyond her own vision of herself. Please understand, we have the power to shape our stories and garner our own accolades. So today, do yourself and another creative entrepreneur a favor and treat yourselves like the superstars you really are. I know this is easier said than done, but the responsibilities of creating a business can be tough and our " little voices of doubt" gets the best of us sometimes.
But guess what- a superstar creative entrepreneur surrounds his or herself with a supportive team. They seek information that strengthens their purpose and encourages their growth. They conquer their fears and goes for it all!
Superstar creative entrepreneurs continue to work on their weakness, whatever they maybe. They understand there will be rejections and setbacks, but they keep on trying. Superstar creative entrepreneurs know that they deserve some attention, but they don't need to be in the spotlight all the time. They know to measure success by their own yardstick, and that not everyone is successful as they seem.
Superstar creative entrepreneurs know they must rest and take "me" time to recharge their spirits before sharing themselves and their talents with the world. Whitney Houston didn't take the "me" time she needed to recharge, only now does she rest. This is a very sad event for me - but I can be at peace knowing that she has left a creative empire that will out last any bright star.
How are you being the star in your creative business? I'd like to hear the steps you're taking to create your own satisfying ending. Share your story below in the comment section or on the SOCB facebook page.
Talk with you soon, Alease