Thanks for opening up A Creator's Personal Growth Lab. Here' we will learn to integrate our creative nature and raise our performance excellence.

This may be the first time you've ever seen heard or seen something like this. Many people are not interested in you knowing this information but it is yours and you should know it.

In fact, you should master it. As you do, share it with your children, your friends, your co-workers. Share it with those in charge.  They can master this too. And they should.

All of us can become Masterful Creators.

This knowledge belongs to all of us but we are not all knowledge holders. Even fewer put this knowledge into practice.

It is not so much that it is hidden. Most of us just ignore it. The first great secret of a masterful creator is

we become what we pay attention to.

My name is Farrell North and I've spent a lifetime learning how to bring things into existence out of nothing more than a dream and an idea. I've learned this the hard way - I learned by doing. I loved learning how to create and have spent my life studying how we master creation in what we choose to do.

EXexwaveWhen I was young, I started a business in design and development. I wanted a school for myself where I could learn to create by making things for others. It would be my  personal creator's growth lab. You can see some of the folks I've served on my Clients and Comments page. And you know, it worked. This service to design and create for others enabled me to learn a lot! Just to make it work, I had to learn a lot. I had to grow on every project I contracted.

The most important thing I learned was what it takes to live as a creator and, more importantly, how it feels to be a creator, how it feels to take the risk of creation.

Because of those lessons, my work is focused now on helping others master two things:

  • how to live as a creator and
  • how we create.

If you want to learn that, I can help you begin. If you are all ready practicing creation, practicing living as a creator, I can help you improve your game. We share the desire to master a creative life so I'm giving you the plans for my Creator's Personal Growth Lab.


How To Practice in Your Creator's Growth Lab

trioBefore we go further, let's stop and prepare to exercise and experiment in this private, development lab.


  1.  To begin, this lab is all about you. Yes, it will explain and explore how we cause change in the world around us, but the focus is on your inner workings - how you transform within yourself to transform the world around you. That means the work we do here is very intentional - if you want to bring about your personal growth and development, you will have to intend to do so -intend to learn, intend to practice, intend to grow.
  2. This is a lot to think about. Really! Most of the people who see the invitation bounce off in less than 20 seconds. They have an instinctive sense this is too much for them. You, however are different. You know this is for you but it is still a lot to think about.
  3. Pace yourself.  Do this one step at a time, one step after another. You can't swallow this in one sitting. This lab is full of many smaller sections. At the end of each section you'll see a line of "READ MORE" tags. Click on the one on the left end of the line and it will open the next section. When all of these tags are gone, you have reached the end of this lab. Each section is a very readable chunk of knowledge. This lab isn't about reading a lot of information. Learn a concept and go experiment with it. Then, come back and read some more. Take in as much as you are comfortable with at a time, as much as you can absorb, as much as you feel comfortable practicing. This is not about memorization. It's about understanding the ideas and making them a living exercise in your life. Don't rush. Self-mastery doesn't have a deadline. Its always an on-going, flowing process. You can always come back and pick up where you left off. You can always review and study in greater depth. Come back and review again and again.
  4. Do the experiments. We master our nature in real time with real world activities - the things you are dealing with in your life right now. Each experiment is designed so that you can apply it to some problem you wish to solve, some dream you wish to make real, some situation you need to navigate. That is true for any one topic and it is true for all of the topics as a whole integrated system.
  5. This takes time. We become masterful over time - taking chances, winning, losing, getting better with each effort. Mastery matures like the rings of a tree, we grow into it as we feed on real-world experience.
  6. Mix it up. As you learn to apply the concepts in the development lab, mix them up with each other. They all work together at all times. Pairing up a couple of ideas, weaving several of them as one thought process - all of these activities help perfect your creative insights and your creative skills.
  7. Make up your own experiments using your own real-world needs. Take something you currently can't do, something you don't have, something you want to achieve and utilize these ideas to bring that into existence.
  8. Every failure leads to success - you can not lose in this development lab. Trial and error are your friends here.
  9. Value every small success. Whenever you succeed in your development, appreciate it. Use it as fuel for your confidence to try more and achieve more. Grow on your personal creative experience.


This Is an Experiment

Make one for yourself.

  • Take the principles I'm sharing with you now and
  • combine them with a dream or idea you want to make real in your life.

You need both for the lab to work. What is it you wish to create? What goal would you like to attain?

It could be just one little thing. You may succeed with that very quickly. It could be very big. That will take more time. Perhaps you have a series of small steps you'd like to make come true in hopes they will lead to something better. Treat anything you wish to do as an experiment in you development lab.

Experiments have one powerful quality - they don't have to be a success! 

Failure is always acceptable in an experiment. Experiments are how we learn how things work. By conducting an experiment, we discover the ideal way to make something happen.

Experiments are a powerful tool for you as a creator. The more you realize that anything you undertake is experimental  - that it might work - it might not, the greater your freedom to attempt some act of creation. Because you can't fail, you can make up any experiment you want! This is the great secret of innovation. This is the power of improvisation.

When you think about it, all of our life is an experiment. We never really know the outcomes of what we want to do. We just have to take a chance and do it. Then we find out how it works. So, teach yourself to look at life as a whole, look at every detail along the way as an experiment - one more exploration in a lifetime of explorations.

Our willingness to be part of life's great, creative experiment allows us to become spontaneous. If we allow ourselves to be vulnerable and take the risk of creation, we gain the ability to learn anything. It just requires us to take a chance and the willingness to...


Get Your Hands Dirty

Creation is a hands-on affair. It is our daily, moment-by-moment mission to create. The ideas in this creator's development  lab are important ways to understand our place within this creative mission, However, you can only appreciate them when you learn them in a practical effort.

We have to do the mission before we know what the mission really is (the experiment).

Learning to ride a bike is a perfect example. You could read stories about it. You could watch someone do it. You could learn a lot by listening to someone who knew how to ride a bike talk about riding a

But you could never ride a bike until you got on the seat, put your hands on the handle bars, put your feet on the pedals, pushed forward, wobble around and fell over.

We learn to ride a bike by falling over.

After our fall we get back up and say, "That didn't work." We get back on and try it again. Then we fall over. Over time, We stop falling over. When we stop falling over, we can ride a bike.

That is the whole of creation. It is an experiment in riding a bike. You can't fail when you learn to ride the bike because falling over is how you learn.

You can never fail in creation because failing is how we learn to succeed.

Experiential DevelopmentSo read and study these concepts. Come back and review them often. Whenever you do, directly apply them to the experiment you are doing in your creator's development lab. See how that works. Fall over. Get back up and do it again until you no longer fall over.

No one can do that for you. We all learn by falling over for ourselves. Then we get back up. Make that your definition of creation.

OK. That's how this will unfold. You could take a break, now and think about all of this. Often the mind needs time to absorb what's its discovered. When we say, "sleep on it," we recognize the mind integrates things while we relax and let go.

So, let go.

Then, come back and review what you've just read and go forward.

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