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Unlocking Your Creativity by Vivian Banta
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. see article

Three Things you Should Know about Developing Creativity by Dr. Frank Bonkowski
My colleague, Dr. Sylvie Labelle (www.syllab.ca/en), has done some fascinating research on how top business leaders develop their creativity. She interviewed 19 top Canadian business leaders, both female and male, across the business spectrum. see article

Improve your figure drawing. Some simple steps by Alix Jhones
Drawing a cat, easy. Drawing a Christmas Tree, easy. Drawing a car, easy. Drawing people correctly, priceless. see article

Why Journaling Every Day Is a Great Idea by Jeff McRitchie
People have been keeping journals and diaries for a long time and for some very good reasons. Journaling has many benefits that can impact a person's mental health, creativity, and memory. see article

The Best Inspiration Techniques for Graphic Design Ideas by James Marvin
Graphic design can be a tough industry to get into. Skill will only get you so far if you don't know how to properly market yourself and prove that skill. Everybody knows that a portfolio is one of the single best methods for a graphic designer to prove his or her efficacy at the craft, but designers who are just starting out don't have pieces that they can showcase yet. see article

Cooking for Beginners – Where Should I Start? by Mollie Ross
Cooking for beginners appears like a painless enough task; however, when you begin to cook you must take many different criteria into mind. First, it is pretty important to be secure in your kitchen. Take plenty of time to take a look over your own personal kitchen, you may not know your way around it to begin with but soon enough you will be at ease enough to gather new abilities and create things off of your new found know how. see article

Finding Outlets for Your Creativity by Lori Chance
Do you ever have an hour or a day when you're feeling creative – but can't find the right outlet or enough time to express yourself? If you just sweep those feelings aside and soldier on to the next to–do item on your list of chores, you are doing a disservice to your Self. see article

How To Start Your Engine For Invention by John Dir
If you are a person with a passion for finding out how things work, or someone with a constant stream of inspirational ideas to occupy your time, you probably do not need to be told how to innovate, because you are already doing it on a regular basis. For other people, ideas may be plentiful, but figuring out how and where to start may be too daunting to accomplish anything material. see article

How To Develop Creative Thinking by Esther Andrews
In my opinion, creativity is the real genius. Intelligent children learn fast, and apply their knowledge in everyday life situations. But – inventing something new, creating something original, that is real genius. see article

How To Generate Original Creative Ideas On Any Subject by Milo Bono
Random Word Stimulation is a powerful technique that provides a practical method of accessing your subconscious mind and utilize the wealth of information it contains to generate fresh new original ideas. see article

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