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To be creative in public. Do you have the guts to do that?

  1. kallini2010 profile image83
    kallini2010posted 6 years ago

    To be creative in public. Do you have the guts to do that?

  2. EuroCafeAuLait profile image85
    EuroCafeAuLaitposted 6 years ago

    Yep!  I just do what I need to, which is to express myself.  I spent too many years wondering how others would take it, so that is not an issue anymore.  I admit to being more open among people that I feel comfortable with.  Among strangers I still express myself creatively, but a little more conservatively.

  3. dl53acy profile image73
    dl53acyposted 6 years ago

    Oh yes! If you're creative and talented enough in your craft and believe in yourself then you'll have the guts to let the world know about it.  Pray about it first then go for it because with God anything is possible. You just have to believe!

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    Sunnie Dayposted 6 years ago

    Sometimes it takes time to be creative in public depending on someones personality and what type of creativity they are letting the world see. Some people like the recognition. Some enjoy creating for themselves and have no yearning to share their gift..People may be really shy, lacking self confidence, and do not feel secure enough to be creative in public..like singing in public or standing in front of a crowd. I really think it depends on the person. I have evolved in this area.

  5. engelfantasydream profile image58
    engelfantasydreamposted 6 years ago

    what kind of creativeness you like to do in public,..here in hub this is a social public place..so means  all have the guts to be creative..i think when situation arises no matter how timid or shy a person is..he or she will just carried away by the flow of how the things goes..

  6. JenJen0703 profile image82
    JenJen0703posted 6 years ago

    I love to be creative in public. Just the other day, I was getting money from an ATM machine, and when the money came out, I started jumping up and down yelling, "I win! I win!" Everyone looked at me like I was crazy, but hey, I thought it was funny.

  7. Lord De Cross profile image82
    Lord De Crossposted 6 years ago

    Sure I do. All I need is a single word or a song, and the rest pours down my neurons, electrically transmitted to my fingers..and ready to pen down what ever comes around...

  8. NiaLee profile image59
    NiaLeeposted 6 years ago

    I dream about singing in a public place or playing one of my short plays
    I dream about sending one of my short movies once completed to a public channel that will let everybody take a dip in my dreams, inspiration, works, vision and windows
    Yes, I did in the past and will do it again, be creative in public

  9. Ruchira profile image79
    Ruchiraposted 6 years ago

    Sure, it would be good to one's confidence level IF we can be creative in public. But, one should also have the presence of mind to do it. Most of the time, We are either in the past or future thus, cannot enjoy the present.

  10. Tricia Ward profile image82
    Tricia Wardposted 6 years ago

    Being creative in Public is what we do on Hubpages. We all write on here and it is in the public domain. Granted we might be able to HIDE our true identity in some way if we wish but at the end of the day we write and have a Profile here. So therefore we all do it here.

  11. pstraubie48 profile image87
    pstraubie48posted 6 years ago

    Isn't that what we do on hubpages? I mean anyone can see what we are writing. so yes, i guess so, for me. i was afraid at first ...but i wanted to give it a shot. the worst that can happen is someone may not like what i say or may disagree with me and that is ok. i can take it as long as it is not mean-spirited.

  12. Earl S. Wynn profile image81
    Earl S. Wynnposted 6 years ago

    https://usercontent2.hubstatic.com/5972355_f260.jpg

    I'm creative in public all the time! Here's a picture of me reading my own poetry in old Sacramento in a suit covered in poetry from my own published books.

 
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