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Jumpstart Creative Thinking Activity With These Brain Exercises by Michael A. Jones
A brain that is awake, alive, and focused, finds creative thinking activity a pleasure. The five senses are essential to give the brain the food it needs to produce great, new, different, ideas. see article

Stuck in a Creative Rut? You May Be Following Fools Rules by Valery Satterwhite
Life is a game. Whether you enjoy life or not depends upon the rules – your own personal rules of life. see article

Creativity tips: How to Generate a Truckful of Ideas! by Puneet Bhatnagar
Ask any creativity expert and he will tell you "it helps to get a lot of ideas, more ideas you get, the better chance of hitting at a fresh solution." But the question that baffles everyone is: how? see article

Thoughts On Creativity by Connie Limon
Creativity can be learned. You may think you are not a creative person and creativity is for people like those who sit and write books, songs or create movies, etc. You may think creativity is something that comes natural to some people and you are not in that group, or you just don't need to be creative. see article

Creativity: Six Doors to Creative Thinking by George Torok
You can be more creative when you want. You don't need to be naturally talented at creative thinking. You can learn the techniques and improve your thinking skills. It starts by understanding the key principles of creativity. see article

Two Problem Solving Skills by Steve Gillman
There are many problem solving skills that can make you a more effective and creative problem solver. Knowing how to direct your attention and use visualization are two of the best. Here are some examples of how to use these tools, and how to develop them. see article

Innovate A Current Niche To Improve Your Business by Amy Twain
If I am about to make an educated guess, I think I will find many professionals around the world who considered themselves "should have" experts or gurus. As in, "I should have done that." As my friend Calyx, a Global Client Communicator Mentor told me, that he always hears this message form clients almost all the time. see article

Increase Creativity: Understand the Little Words That Make The Biggest Difference to Your Creativity by Dan Goodwin
Through language, whatever language our native tongue may be, we're blessed with a wonderful, rich, detailed way of communicating with others and expressing our own diverse range of feelings. see article

How to Get a Patent for Your Invention or Intellectual Property by Jack Oceano
If you have a specific design or invention you wish to protected, you must apply for a patent through the United States Patent and Trademark Office. It is important that you do not use terms such as "patented" or "patent pending" prior to applying for or being granted a patent, because doing so is a violation of federal law. Applying for a patent through the United States Patent and Trademark Office can require special legal knowledge. see article

Discover Simple Steps To Bringing Innovation Into Your Life by D. Jones
It's a natural talent that all people have, however they believe they don't. The power of innovation. If you've ever marveled at someone's ingenious prowess, guess what, you can create and innovate too. It just takes time. Everyone is born resourceful. The box of crayons in kindergarten were not limited to those who possessed potential; because the reality is, everybody has potential. see article

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