Your New Hit List: 5 Things That Every Creative Person Should Get (and Give)

coffee smile chase jarvisGive. Whether to yourself or to a fellow artist in need. Every photographer, director, painter, writer, creative, entrepreneur, whatever mold into which you fit (or don’t) has basic needs. And thankfully, these needs are mostly free of charge. I’ve read 100 artist biographies, studied my own life and the creative LIVES of those around me and distilled some of the commonalities — and the outliers — for how and when, under what circumstance creatives kick ass. A pattern emerges. Therefore I suggest that you immediately (or ASAFP) give to yourself or to others….

1. Adventure + Experience. Whether in mind and spirit OR in actual physical practice, give yourself adventure and experience. Do stuff. Some stimulus, some INPUT is required as the raw building materials of a creative life. Profound is good, but unnecessary. What’s necessary are emotions, highs & lows, chinks in one’s armor, dents, road wear, and a range of experiences. What are yours? Some people go looking, others get hit but the truck, but in every case an experiential narrative is required for inspiration. So let me be blunt. Get off your ass. Given the chance to “go” or “stay”, you go. Whether you really go looking or metaphorically do, you won’t find “creativity”, you’ll find the stuff that creativity glues together. You’ve got to either cultivate, dig up, source, uncover or live these raw materials, these bricks, the sticks, and the meat to make something that only you can make. Live a life so that you can have a point of view.

2. Space. Creative synthesis doesn’t happen during your adventures, amidst the chaos and the noise. The mayhem and the delight of life gives you the ingredients, but synthesis only happens when you’re quiet, when you’ve got space, a moment to breathe. Sometimes it doesn’t require much space: a sleepless night, a shower, or an hour inside your head. Other times it requires more. But I guarantee it won’t be while you’re in the thick of it. Inspiration might rain down upon you, but building that inspiration into something meaningful takes more room than you’re giving yourself right now; it takes time (even a sliver), and it takes iteration. Rarely if ever will something come to you fully formed, despite all the fairy tales you’ve heard. Provide some respite, some space after inspiration, and harvest you will.

3. A Mirror. Give yourself a mirror. Not literally, but a figurative mirror to reflect on that voice inside your head, and capture that voice in an emotion. The raw materials of which I spoke above, are certainly out there in the world, but a quick reminder that you’ll not find any answers per se “out there”. All those answers – and I mean every one — are “in here”. In you. Things coming from you – from an only-you-could-have-made-this perspective is a requirement of outstanding art and creativity. Hence the mirror. No opportunity to reflect, no creative answers.

4. A Schedule To Make, Ship, or Do. Give yourself the schedule you hate – the one that says make it today, ship it, build it, do it. Chuck Close said (paraphrased) that… “If I sat around and only made art when I was ready, I wouldn’t have made much art.” It’s because Chuck knows that we excel at what we practice. And if we practice everyday – even in the absence of the raw materials, the mirror, the space, we’ll certainly be ready when all that shit lines up. Trust me on this one. And don’t try and say I’m contradicting myself, given the above points. You’ve got skills that need honing, even in the absence of the creative moon lining up with the creative Venus. Make things every day. Publish, launch, post, iterate, share. By God it’s the only way anything gets done.

5. A Break. Give yourself a damn break. You don’t have to be weird, unhappy, in ecstacy or pain to create great stuff. You have to be there. You have to be in the game, not on the sidelines. Adventuring and synthesizing, and reflecting and creating and shipping all take work; and that work won’t always be great. Don’t be a critic. The lives of critics are boring, ugly, short and full of yuck. Haven’t written a book? Don’t hate on one. Haven’t made a film? Be generous in your commentary. Don’t take, give. Give time, give gratitude, and by all means give yourself and others a break.

That’s it.

And don’t think you’ll get by with just one of the above. You’ve gotta wrangle all 5. Trust me on that.

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105 Responses to Your New Hit List: 5 Things That Every Creative Person Should Get (and Give)

  1. Darren Miller November 13, 2012 at 10:35 am #

    Chase, you rock! I appreciate the way you give. Your to-the-point clarity is compelling. Thank you for consistently taking the time to share your creative effectiveness strategies and may you keep on making more of what you love.

  2. Robert November 13, 2012 at 10:44 am #

    This is exactly right. I am shooting in Africa right now; and because of paperwork, red tape, and transportation issues. I’m setting in a room on the internet. It’s killing me. I’m getting out of this room ASAP. :)

  3. Studio Finch Jason November 13, 2012 at 11:01 am #

    You couldn’t be more right! We are shooting a wedding in Nicaragua in just one week and also traveling to Belize to do some work. We are trying to squeeze in adventure+experience and a break on the beach.

  4. Timi Babatunde November 13, 2012 at 11:02 am #

    Chase you rock, thanks for sharing your knowledge with all of us.

  5. Marius November 13, 2012 at 11:38 am #

    Dig it Chase !

  6. Thomas A. Wilson November 13, 2012 at 1:29 pm #

    This one struck a chord, had to drop a line and let you know this was right on time. I’m taking a vacation over the holiday and this feeds into my game planning if you will. Your blog and David DuChemin’s books have shaken me loose from the binds of unfocused creativity. I’m appreciative.

  7. JC Ruiz November 13, 2012 at 1:39 pm #

    I appreciate all that you share with us Chase. Between the knowledge sharing that you and Zack Arias do on a constant basis, my mind is constantly being stimulated with useful information as well as motivation!

  8. Frank Reiter November 13, 2012 at 1:48 pm #

    Not quite the same, but reminds me of Artist’s Way. Clearly and concisely put. I will pass it on.

  9. Danny Delgado November 13, 2012 at 1:56 pm #

    Awesome! I miss these kinds of posts from you Chase. I will heed your guidance!

  10. chanel November 13, 2012 at 4:20 pm #

    Wise words.

    Is synthesizing a form of critiquing? I think so. There takes a certain amount of critical analysis in every stage of the production process.

  11. Chitra Sivasankar Arunagiri November 13, 2012 at 4:50 pm #

    Bang On!!! Chase, This post is awesome!!!! Clarity and right on target…

  12. dave November 13, 2012 at 8:15 pm #

    Thanks Chase.

  13. Dennis Dempsey November 13, 2012 at 9:12 pm #

    Thanks Chase, It was great meeting you in NY and hearing you speak at the shoot NYC event. You are my “long distance” mentor!

  14. Scott Reither November 13, 2012 at 11:35 pm #

    Definitely worth revisiting again and again. Timing perfect in my world too…

    Big thanks!!

  15. Flynn November 13, 2012 at 11:42 pm #

    I love point 4 “Make things every day. Publish, launch, post, iterate, share.” That reminds me of the “Eat the frog book”.

    All round great tips and very inspiring!

  16. Mega Giga Byte Son November 14, 2012 at 6:43 am #

    Dr. Jarvis, Thank you…

  17. faisal November 14, 2012 at 7:48 am #

    Last one the most important of the rest.

  18. Christy Harper November 14, 2012 at 8:55 am #

    Thanks so much for this post, It just so easy to get wrapped up in it all to forget the simple but very important stuff :)

  19. Tom McKenzie November 14, 2012 at 10:49 am #

    Thanks for the reminder.
    Note to self: Stop the excuses, get off your ass and create!

  20. dani November 14, 2012 at 11:45 am #

    Thanks for the reminder. I’m good at trying to get #1 and #5, but not so great at making time for the other three, and like you said, you do need all five!

  21. leila November 14, 2012 at 4:52 pm #

    Interesting! it sure is a lot to think about . thank you. I know of a few interesting individual who are generous with their works, share their thoughts unselfishly. YOUR are one of them:))) thank you once again.

  22. Joe November 15, 2012 at 11:31 am #

    Great post Chase!

    This post reminds me of a book I have just read. “The war of art” by Steven Pressfield. Fantastic piece of work. You people should check it out.

    Joe

  23. Charlie November 16, 2012 at 10:06 am #

    Cool :) Thanks :) I needed a little bit of inspiration today. This morning is dragging by driving me buts.

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    Cool post. I’d be interested to hear sometime about things that have “chinked your armor” or road blocks you’ve overcome and how you responded to them.

  25. wilf November 17, 2012 at 4:57 am #

    chase, this is great stuff. really kicks my ass. i need someone to tell me this every day. especially 4.
    thanks man!

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