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My plan for this blog is to post weekly on Mondays PLUS from time to time also share bonus content related to creativity and my own artistic adventures. For today, I wanted to share a few things I’ve run into recently. Have you read or seen anything lately that’s made you think about creativity in a different way? Are you doing anything fun to exercise your creative muscles? I’d love to hear about it.
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How Brainstorming Questions, Not Ideas, Sparks Creativity – “What if brainstorms were designed to generate questions, not ideas? It’s an approach that’s being touted these days by a number of advocates . . .”
How Finding the Right Community Can Help Your Creativity – Psychologists tend to see creativity exclusively as a mental process [but] creativity is as much a cultural and social as it is a psychological event.”
How Giving Up TV for a Month Changed My Brain and My Life – “Happiness comes from the interaction between inspiration and perspiration,” says Braverman. “Anything that stops humans from perspiring to achieve something inspiring gives a false fantasy and an endless distraction from reaching your full potential.”
I’ve been following Peter from “Peter Draws” on YouTube for a little while, observing his quirky approach to drawing and building an online community. This week, I saw he posted this video – Episode 1 of “What I Think About Art” in which he tells you what he thinks about art and recommends that if you want to make your life easier you can just agree . . .
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