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6 Steps of Creative People in Small Towns Who Get Things Done

6 steps of creative people who get stuff done

6 Steps of Creative People in Small Towns Who Get Things Done

[Infographic] Great things don’t just happen in a community. It takes people, obviously, but people who can see the creative process through to completion. There will be initial excitement. There will be doubt. There will be challenges. There will be swerves. But in the end, these people find a way.

These are the people who excel at being in the creative trenches. Often they have a track record of doing. They may have failures, too. But that is part of the creative process they embrace. The most important part is that they generate ideas, see things through to completion, and then evaluate, and learn.

And then the cycle repeats with the next idea.

People who excel at this are gifts to every town, every downtown, every organization, and every small business.

Covet these people. They do more than just talk. They walk the talk to doing actions.

6 Steps of Creative People in Small Towns Who Get Things Done

  1. This is amazing!
  2. …but how do I do it?
  3. This won’t work
  4. I can’t do this
  5. Wait… maybe I could!
  6. YES! This will be AMAZING!

Infographic created by Gregg McLachlan at WorkCabin Creative

Learn more about Your Town Rising, a new initiative co-founded by Leslie Fournier and Gregg McLachlan and find out how you can bring them to your town

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