One question. What’s the biggest thing you’ve learn about creativity? Denny Weinman answers: “Creativity can come from anywhere or at any time so always be ready to write something down or sketch it out or record it while driving!”
Today’s Idea Sparkler is all about things that don’t belong together but do. And I’m not necessarily talking about the ugly guys who end up with beautiful girls. Check out this rock candy necklace to illustrate.
I was approached by a guy wanting to start a blog just like this one. Was I threatened? No way. I Skyped with him and tried to help him make his blog as good as it can be. Competition isn’t a threat.
Are you stuck on your creative project? All you need is a bit of Creative Draino to get those creative juices flowing again. Today’s bit of Creative Draino is all about limitations.
My favorite color is gray. Gray is perfectly neutral. It’s not defined. It can go anywhere I want it to. It’s not right, it’s not wrong. It’s not good, it’s not bad. It just is.
One question. What is one thing you did to develop your creativity early on? Josh Collesano answers: “Probably the best thing I did early on to develop my creativity was to intentionally surround myself with people who were more creative than me. Then I would work alongside them.”
Ever wonder how some authors seem to have a new novel published every month? It’s insane. With a busy schedule it sometimes takes me a month just to read one. Some authors are massively productive.
Today’s bit of creative draino takes the holistic approach to creativity. Creativity is not segregated. It’s all related. Writing is related to cooking. Songwriting is related to graphic design. Photography is related to dancing. Creativity spans disciplines.
Looking for that perfect thing to spark your creative genius? Try out today’s idea sparkler: “What would your favorite cartoon character do with this project?”
I’m watching 100 children sitting in seats. The room is eerily quiet. It’s been 30 minutes and they’re just sitting there. Are they dead? No. They’re listening to a story.