Kent Sanders

Kent Sanders is a writer, professor, and creative coach. He is also the author of The Artist’s Suitcase: 26 Essentials for the Creative Journey, and host of the Born to Create Podcast. Kent's mission is to help others unlock their creative potential. You can find lots of resources for creative entrepreneurs at his blog,, where he writes about creativity, mindset, and productivity.

5 Simple Habits That Will Make You A Creative Genius

These 5 habits can unlock the creative beast inside you

Raising Creative Kids: What Parents Need To Know

Nurturing and fostering your kid’s innate creativity is the best thing you can do for them.

Staying Focused: 4 Questions To Help You Stop Drifting and Get Back In Track

4 questions that help us think about critical issues and clarify our direction. They are designed to spur your thinking about your overall direction in life, as well as a more specific direction for your creative work.

The 5 Cups of Creativity

The 5 Cups of Creativity is a process that gives us a framework for understanding and developing creativity in our life.

7 Little Lies Jealousy Whispers in Your Ear

No one is immune to seductive whispers of jealousy. We must constantly be on the lookout for the “green-eyed monster” that loves to tell these seven lies:

How to Embrace a New Dream And Let Go of the Old One

If you want to fully embrace a new dream for your life, you must first let go of the old one. Here are three actions you can take to help you let go of an old dream:

How To Keep Going When You Want To Give Up

Here are five common reasons we want to give up, and how to deal with each of them:

I Was Rejected Last Week, and Here’s What I Learned

Here are nine things I have learned from this experience. I hope these will be useful as you deal with rejection in your own life.

5 Lies I Believed About Depression

Are you someone who suffers from depression, and have been for a very long time? Like many others, do you also believe many lies about depression?

4 Subtle Clues That Reveal a Man’s Character

One of the best ways to evaluate a man’s character is by listening to how he speaks to other people.