British Philosopher, Writer, Speaker
1915 - 1973
Creative leaders need faith in their talent and in their ability to find the answers to the problems they face in their artistic endeavors. This requires being open to new ways of viewing the world — to believing the answer lies within the psychic. Creative leaders must also trust the unknown.
When you find yourself staring at a blank piece of paper or a blank canvas have the faith that you will fill it and complete your story, your poem or your painting. You must have faith in yourself and trust that you have the skill and the talent to complete the work. If you lose faith, you will fail.
Do you have faith in yourself? In your talent? In your skill? In your artistic vision? Do you trust that you will produce the creative work that you are meant to produce? Do you trust the unknown?
Listen to Alan Watts in this animation video.