9 Reasons to Try New Things This Year

Is your life stale? Do you do the same stuff, day in, day out. Trying new things will get your mind thinking and your body moving. Don’t spend another year doing the same old, same old. Try new things! Studies have shown that people who are willing to take healthy risks and try new things…

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Connections Between Cults, Trains, and Forgiveness

Making connections between seemingly unrelated things is a major key to creativity. When we make random connections, our brains learn to interpret information in creative ways. Check out this PDF from sociology.org.uk about the random input creativity technique. On my about page, I mention that I was a child victim of a cult. I used…

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Business: 6 Ways to Get Your Creative Edge

Since starting this blog about a month ago, I’ve discovered something interesting. Nearly every time I do online research on creativity, I repeatedly find articles from some of the best business magazines and blogs in the world. There’s a reason that great business publications support creativity. It’s simple. Creativity separates the great from the good….

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