Justin Fenwick Creativity and Right Livelihood Portfolio

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Justin Fenwick Creativity and Right Livelihood Portfolio

  1. 1. A Child Again Justin Fenwick Creativity and Right Livelihood Portfolio
  2. 2. It’ll be important to journal differences, capture new learnings, and track them as I go. I must also, essentially, adjust my interactions with others to allow for authenticity, seek feedback, share my ideas and validate theirs, and play with the management of time.
  3. 3. Learn to discover identity...
  4. 4. Permission just to go with it... On my plane ride home, I was caught with a bug to furiously sketch. What I sketched was very “Justin” instead of trying to draw something that I thought I should be drawing. I drew energetic diagrams discussing social movement and information sharing and management. Six in total, I found myself surprised at what had been turned on inside of me.
  5. 5. YES AND "My question is how can we work the hyphen to our benefit and make it a symphony of our life instead of something that creates conflict? As you try to market both a hyphenated and focused self. how can these part become bigger than the sum total? Working the hyphen and making it AND" ~Taj Johns
  6. 6. a vibrant attempt to recreate something new without fear of throwing away something old “What I love about the ride is that the only rule is 'if your not having fun lower your standard'. Anything goes and is encouraged.” ~Cheryl Schneiderhan
  7. 7. “It has been a good practice to lighten the heck up *smile*” -Beth French When going to a party, first be yourself; then, dress accordingly. -Douglas hendren “I will learn the lessons of that world and if I return, haggard and wan, I will share the lessons. For her, for her ilk.” ~Ryan Brown
  8. 8. ection best with my leadership skills are ones that require prot Projects that mesh recreate rmal elements, a smooth touch, and a vibrant attempt to from the no end, is a without fear of throwing away something old. Old, my fri something new ing, nurturing new growth. I am a creator of offshoots bend resource best used for ntial that is unseen by others. I lead by holding space reaching, and straining for pote aching for inquiry over and over again that might enrich for this, I lead by re ht. will and can easily take risk when the fertile ground is rig possibility. I My joy is growing. My heart is hanging. When I reflect on my creative growth I’m searching for new inspiration and commitment. I now bring much more attention to life. As I progressed through the class, I deeply challenged the meaning of creativity. My assumption was that I was a creative guy and that struggling to be so would not be difficult. But this was business school, a whole new context for my creative mind. Creativity is hard work, especially in the context of contexts that do not usually allow it. What I have is tools to progress further into my right livelihood. Holiday break will be very healthy for me. I must hold true to commitments to try it the “flow” way, the way of my greatest story of right livelihood that is within me. I will need to take pause often and asses what the world is telling me. To me, living is the unreachable goal that inspires daily action.

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