Creative Autobiography-


Your Creative Autobiography

Adapted from Twyla Tharp’s The Creative Habit

Many of us don’t feel that we’re very creative, but everyone has some form of creativity in them.

Take the attached questionnaire. If even one answer tells you something new about yourself, you’re one step closer to understanding your creative DNA. There are no wrong or right answers here. The exercise is intended to be an honest self-appraisal of what matters to you. Anything less is a distortion.

The questionnaire was developed by the acclaimed and award winning choreographer Twyla Tharp. In her words: “It forces us to go back to our origins, our earliest memories, our first causes. We change through life, but we cannot deny our sources, and this is one way to recall those roots. The better you know yourself, the more you will know when you are playing to your strengths and when you are sticking your neck out. Venturing out of your comfort zone may be dangerous, yet you do it anyway because our ability to grow is directly proportional to an ability to entertain the uncomfortable.”

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