Creativity Roundup #9

Once again, I’d like to share some inspiring posts about creativity, writing and life I’ve read lately:

The 5% Creativity Challenge. Josh Linkner suggests upping your creativity by scheduling 5% of your work week to reflect, think and create in this inspiring blog post.

How to Steal Like An Artist (And 9 Other Things Nobody Told Me). Writer and artist Austin Kleon offers 10 great pieces of advice about creating. My favorite is “Don’t wait until you know who you are to make things.”

30 Tips to Rejuvenate Your Creativity. Joel Falconer provides some wonderful ideas for rekindling your creative mojo.

The Unleashed Mind: Why Creative People Are Eccentric. Shelley Carson discusses research linking creativity with unconventional behavior and thought patterns in this fascinating article from Scientific American.

How to Steal Back Time to Create What Matters. Dan Goodwin offers a new way of thinking about making time for your creativity in this inspiring blog post.

7 Ways to Cultivate Your Creativity.  This slide show from Ingrid Wickelgren at Scientific American considers seven “brainsets” that facilitate original thinking and offers creative exercises to help you cultivate these states of mind.

I hope you enjoy these wonderful creative tidbits as much as I did!


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