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Meet the Machine of My Dreams: We Met at Saks Fifth Avenue

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We are all familiar with the charging stands for our beloved phones and I-pads. We covet cord space that is unowned by another phone. Then we stand there guarding our smart whatever like a Rottweiler guarding its food bowl. Secretly we repeat [...]

Why Your New And Creative Idea Isn’t Welcome At Work And What You Can Do About It

Bob, in the cubicle next to yours at work, just got a promotion and a raise. Bob has been at Con-Soft-Drink-Co for only a few months, whereas you have been there for almost 5 years. So, you decide one morning at 3 am (while devouring Oreos because [...]

Three Rules To Making Great Art

Play. Play more. Play harder I’m not kidding. Play is perhaps the most important thing you can do in order to create. I will go so far to say that it may be more important than taking lessons or earning degree in any form of art. Why? Because [...]

Simple Practices That Lead To Success

Do you have a simple set of guidelines that keep you focused on your creative goals? If you are someone who creates you must have the skill set to be an independent worker. Someone who is a self-starter and can design, develop and manage a project [...]

Gathering Creative Nuggets

As you go about your day, do you think about what you need to create your next masterpiece? Many artists do. When do you find inspiration throughout your daily tasks? Some creative folks sit down in the wee hours of the morning and pound out [...]

How To Get Your Creativity Unstuck

When you have trouble feeling creative it may mean you’re stuck in the rut of prejudging your work. What is creativity anyway? For each of us there is a definition of what being creative means. Every one can define creativity in their own [...]

Traits Of A Strong Innovative Leader

Being a leader. “The challenge of leadership is to be strong, but not rude; be kind, but not weak; be bold, but not bully; be thoughtful, but not lazy; be humble, but not timid; be proud, but not arrogant; have humor, but without folly.” [...]