creativity tips

Creative Expression Six-year-olds count to 200 and understand addition and subtraction. Some do their arithmetic by rote
According to Gilbert (and I happen to agree), you need to take your creative work seriously. That means you need to actually
Treat yourself as kindly and compassionately as you would treat a friend who needed a restart button. And don't wait until Monday to start over. Start over right now.
Egyptian journalist Mohamed Abdelfattah explains how, indeed, there is a stark and visible contrast between rich and poor
Psychologists have found that the creative personality contains layers of depth, complexity and contradictions.
You must let go to achieve. Take it in, feel it, give it back. Ballet is fleeting. The pessimistic industry saying laments that you're "only as good as your last performance," meaning the impression from live art is quickly replaced by whatever comes next.
Great artists, writers and innovators may have "messier minds."
In order to succeed, you've got to put it all out there, and share all the parts of you with the world, not just the ones that are left when you cleanly tuck all the messy stuff behind the veil.
The history of great ideas is littered with many that, when they were proposed, qualified as silly but ultimately proved to be correct. Kierkegaard, Nietzsche and Marx are examples of clever silly originators.
Thirty days ago, I was creatively stuck. But here's the thing: The mind is deeper than you can ever imagine. It's only when you get it circulating that you start to see its true potential. And after 30 days of blogging, I'm merely skimming the top. Creativity is infinite possibilities.
3. Give kids a safe place to try their ideas out in. There's no creativity in memorizing the "right" way to do things. In
Consider housekeeping your launchpad to happiness. Clearing away what no longer sparks joy (thanks, Marie Kondo), creating space for what you envision, and anticipating beauty -- that's what opens you up to the heavens. Let the good rush in and through you, and then ship your art.
In a new video campaign, Brit + Co seeks to remind us that no matter how uninspired we may feel, we were all born creative
It takes courage to say I don't know, because not knowing can make you feel insecure and inferior. This is the paradox, you have to be confident enough to let yourself be insecure for you to be able to be creative.
In 1963, Nancy Andreasen was the first female tenure-tracked English professor at the University of Iowa. Soon after, her
When we open ourselves up to be more aware of our experiences, we create opportunities to tap into a much greater store of information outside the limits of our conscious conceptual awareness.