Expert Author: Kevin Eikenberry
Go to your local newsstand and pick up magazines you wouldn't ever read and read them for ideas, connections and trends. This is an often repeated example of using outside stimulus as a way to jumpstart our creativity. This article is an example of someone following this process to heighten creativity.
Expert Author: Rich Atkinson
Stress and repetition in our business or career can make us lose our creative fire and vision. How do we keep creating with freshness and authenticity? The key is to continually nurture and expand our creative energy. One technique that a few very savvy entrepreneurs use is to start eadh day fresh by destroying everything they were unwillng to let go of that they created the day beiore. This opens us to receive even greater opportuinites.
Expert Author: Michael Perry
People seem to have the misconception that only a elect very little are able to unleash a steady flow of creative genius. That is not true at all. The fact is, creativity is very numerous care 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 preserve working and this skill will soon come to you in a snap.
Expert Author: Victor Pryles
In his excellent book: "Scientific Genius, Dean Keith Simonton of the USC-Davis, suggests that genuises are forming more novel combinations than the merely talented. His theory has etymology behind it: Cogito- "I think"- orginally connoted "shake together". Intelligo, the root of intelligence, means to "select among".
Expert Author: Moreen Scott
No feelings are negative. Our feelings are there for a good reason. In this article I look at ways in which we can become friends with them and learn to use them in ways which make us more alive, in touch with our inner resources and autonomy.
Expert Author: Moreen Scott
This is the first of a two part article on feelings and emotions. We look at what exactly feelings and emotions really are and how they are important to our wellbeing and access to our inner self and autonomy. Part 2 No Feelings are Negative looks at learning to trust and work constructively with your feelings and emotions.
Expert Author: Edward Mills
On a crisp June night I'm lying in my sleeping bag at 10,000 feet in the Sierra's Desolation Wilderness. Here, far from the light and haze of the Bay Area, the sky is deep black, but thick with twinkling dots and dim wisps of cottony light. When I look from the corner of my eye, the dim lights become more defined, easier to perceive as stars. To count them all would take years, if it was even possible. The number seems incomprehensible.
Expert Author: Vivian Banta
This article challenges the traditional meaning of creativity and presents a 5 step process to unlock a person's creative side. As an avid crafter, I often give handmade presents to those among my family and friends who appreciate this type of gift. For her birthday last year, I gave my best friend an amethyst necklace, bracelet and earring set. She loved it but responded as so many people do with a self-deprecating compliment: "You're so talented. I could never be that creative." This statement just kills me.
Expert Author: Melissa Quiter
When you are not creating what you think you are creating, there isn't anything you are doing "wrong." You simply are not taking into account the subconscious parts of yourself that are also playing a role in what you manifest. Learn to create from both your conscious and subconscious and the power to manifest is yours again.
Expert Author: Marie Gervacio
You have a bright idea hidden somewhere in the back of your mind that you just can't wait to test out. The question is, do you really want to bring it out into the light? What could motivate you to churn your creative, inspiring juices to their utmost flavor?
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