Obliterate Info Overload | Be More Productive | Be More Influential | Contribute Greater Value to Others My friend, Dr. Alvin C. Miles, an educator, entrepreneur and the host of Global Leader Radio, has interviewed many global leaders – and now I’m blessed to be one of them! Dr. Miles recently interviewed me to capture […]
The new Mosaic and Spark apps from Baron Fig offer a unique set of capabilities for creatives.
sing your environment as a source of creative inspiration and recording your ideas are practices that don’t come naturally to most people. Thankfully, Austin Kleon has given us a powerful tool to help us cultivate these important habits of personal creativity- the new Steal Like an Artist Journal: A Notebook for Creative Kleptomaniacs.
Using hieroglyphics – ancient Egyptian pictographs – for brainstorming is a lateral thinking technique that can help you generate new ideas and insights.
John Cleese reflects on the early days of his career, and how he discovered the remarkable power of his subconscious mind to enhance his creativity.
Albert Einstein said that the problems we face cannot be solved at the level of thinking we were at when we created them. Most of us who hear that quote fail to grasp its significance. It’s not a simple declaration – rather it’s a challenge. It’s actually one of the most profound truths you will ever encounter.
Do you ever get stuck coming up with creative ideas? The Conjure Your Creativity tips card deck from Unstuck.com can help you diagnose what the problem is, reveal tips and strategies to eliminate or side-step the barrier and start taking one bite-sized step at a time toward a creative solution.
Serendipity can often be a pathway to creative breakthroughs. Here are 10 powerful ways to summon it on demand – and increase your creativity.
I recently became a digital nomad. With this change in employment came an opportunity to try out a new system of notetaking. In the process of exploring notebooks, I discovered one that’s a perfect fit for my needs and has helped to boost my productivity.
Solitude can help you be more creative. According to Edward Tufte, the father of data visualization, it’s essential to seeing and perceiving the world around us more clearly – a key to creativity.