New exercise in my Quick Ideas for Creative Action series, called: I SUCK, I’M GREAT.
This is a great one for flipping your own expectations around about what you’re supposed to be good at, and what you’re supposed to hide.
Simple idea: make a list of things you suck at, switch each one to its opposite, then say out loud, I AM GREAT AT [opposite thing].
Because think about it — if I suck at being on time, I must be great at being late.
I walk you through it here, and I’d like to draw your attention to my fabulous skills in rambling and repeating myself and abrupt video editing: