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What does it mean to be creative on purpose?

Creativity is the simple act of making change happen. Your creative impulse is what gets you from where you are to where you want to be.

To be creative on purpose is to look at your situation and say, “This can be better,” “I can do better,” and “I can be better,” and then do something to help make that change happen.

 
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Our Mission

"Legacy isn't what you leave behind. It's the contribution you're making now." - Scott Perry

Creative on Purpose envisions a world where everyone can explore and develop their potential through fulfilling endeavors done with and for others. 

Let's make things better together!

Why Be Creative on Purpose?

Experience a greater sense of purpose, passion, and prosperity in your life.

Feel more connected and a greater sense of belonging with others.

Appreciate what you already have as you strive for goals that are worth it.

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"Make things better by making better things." - Seth Godin

Being a student and coach in Seth Godin's programs inspires and influences each step of my endeavor.

Creative on Purpose is a blog, broadcast, coaching program, and community designed to help you get out of your own way and get going making a difference with and for the right people.

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Being Creative on Purpose Is a H2H (Human-to-Human) Endeavor

You Enhance Your Life Most Through Work Done With and For Others

Endeavor Better

Discover, develop, and deliver work that enhances the lives of others.

Endeavor Together

Fly higher in work that's worth it and done with and for others.

Endeavor Forever

Cultivate a mindset and posture for thriving while you're striving.

Connect + Convene + Collaborate + Carry On

An endeavor can be a lonely enterprise. The Creative on Purpose community provides opportunities to gather every week to help each other fly higher in work that matters.

Who is Scott Perry?

Scott Perry is a husband, father, teacher, musician, and Difference Maker at Creative on Purpose. You may also know him as a head coach in Seth Godin's Akimbo Workshops and as the author of Endeavor.

Scott helps people get where they need to go and enjoys a cemetery run every day. He's also fond of quoting Marcus Aurelius and probably does so more often then he should…

Scott believes excellence is cultivated through work that enhances the lives of others. He helps people like you step into what's next with curiosity, courage, and a commitment to make things better.

Want to connect? Click here to contact Scott.

What Creative on Purpose Community Members Say

Staci Boden

"Insightful. Vital. Decisive. Funny. As an individual coach, team leader and community facilitator, Scott Perry is a beacon for those fortunate to travel through change alongside him. He teaches generosity by living it."

Colin Steel

"Scott's clear thinking and generous encouragement have helped me see that making a difference is not a matter of having a bigger dream, but of taking many small steps in the right direction."

Randi Millard

"Creative on Purpose delivers on the promise of better living through endeavors that make a difference. Scott’s methodology leads to greater clarity, deliberate effort, and break-through experiences."

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