Expert Author: Stuart Cole
Nowadays we expect a lot more from job applications, particularly in the creative sector, the usual CV and covering letter just won't cut it, we want to see a portfolio of work if you are applying for a graphics based job and a show-reel if your applying for a video based job. To be honest this doesn't seem so much to ask from someone when the job will be based on their video skills, however when I recently advertised for a video based position at my company I was surprised at just how many people got it horribly wrong.
Expert Author: Michael Fish
Do you ever sit at your desk and wonder what you could be doing if you put your creativity to the test. Not everyone enjoys working in a office doing mundane everyday tasks but to get a creative job requires the right sort of personality. Many creative careers include those such as writer, freelance designer, interior decorator, wedding planner etc but each occupation requires different experience and abilities.
Expert Author: John Smi
People seem to have the misconception that only a select few are able to unleash a steady flow of creative genius. That is not true at all. The fact is, creativity is very much like a muscle that needs to be exercised in order to consistently give out great results. If you don't practice harnessing creative thinking, this skill will very much atrophy into inexistence. But keep working and this skill will soon come to you in a snap.
What is Not-Logical thinking? The very notion seems ridiculous. How could thinking that is not Logical have any significance, relevance, or value? Come to think of it - How could thinking that is not Logical even be considered as a viable "type" of thinking at all? This article will introduce Not-Logical thinking as a distinct style of thinking that is every bit as relevant, useful, and valuable, as Logical thinking. The irrefutable fact is that Not-Logical thinking is capable of producing spectacular results in situations were Logical thinking is hopelessly inadequate.
Learning to use Random Word Stimulation is actually very simple, its effect on the mind is automatic and inevitable. The only difficulty is in forcing yourself to change a behavior. Achieving consistent results depends entirely on learning a single basic skill. You must find a way to circumvent the conditioned response of rejecting thoughts that do not make sense and allow yourself the freedom to explore them regardless. Catch the moment when you judge "this does not make sense" and simply change it to a question of "how COULD this make sense?".
Random Word Stimulation is a powerful technique that provides a practical method of accessing your subconscious mind to better utilize the wealth of information within. Regular practice strengthens connection to the subconscious mind, which in turn endows the practitioner with greatly enhanced thinking skills.
The brain is an organ that enables thinking in the same way muscles are organs that enable movement. These organs are worthless without the driving force that brings them to life. The driving force that makes all things possible, including that of life itself, is personified as the power of thought. In spite of the many assumptions made throughout history to the contrary, the plain truth is that neither the rigors of science nor the blind faith of religion has adequately explained this miraculous phenomenon.
Understanding human perception brings us to the somewhat esoteric subject of the human trait known as EGO. I will not belabor this discourse with an in-depth academic exploration into the Id, Ego, and Super-Ego, popularized by the Freudian structural model of the human psyche. Nor will I make any distinctions in reference to the ‘Male Ego’ (I’ve never even heard of a ‘Female Ego’).
The following article deals with a difficult taboo subject that many may feel is strictly forbidden. The secret is known but rarely discussed as evidenced by the lack of reference material available. It is something discovered completely by accident in the course of company business and could have been easily ignored and swept under the rug, but to do so would be in stark contradiction with the principals engendered by company philosophy. This unusual subject is used as a springboard to touch on matters sincere to the heart and mind.
Expert Author: Jim DeSantis
You have some great ideas. You toss them around in your mind. You tell friends about them. They go nowhere. Why? They go nowhere because of what your friends said or because you have the misconception that only a select few are able to unleash a steady flow of creative genius. And, you, of course, couldn't be one of that select group. That is not true at all.
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