What’s the difference between a good idea and a bad idea? As an authorneer, you want to get really good at telling the difference before you put too much energy into a book or other projects. In this post, I’m going to explore some ways to evaluate your ideas.
Category Archives: Creativity
When the world changes practically overnight — like during this COVID-19 pandemic — what quality is most likely to help you and your business make it through? Creativity! However, many of us face obstacles to creativity each and every day.
Creative expression is an innate human need. However, many people buy into the idea that they are not creative because they can’t dance, sing or paint beautiful pictures. That’s simply not true.
You are creative every time you solve a problem or do something you haven’t done before. In this video, I’ll share nine non-obvious ways you can be creative and activate your innate creativity.
Women are known for having the gift of imagination and creativity. That’s why it’s no surprise that many of them aspire to channel some of this creativity into writing, blogging or even book writing. However, aspiring to write and actually doing it are two different things. That’s why some may find themselves with an idea that’s trapped in their head, that they can’t quite seem to get actually written down on paper.
Although it’s true that some people are more observably creative than others, everyone can be inventive and original in their own way. Your creativity is inside you now, whether you believe it or not. It’s just waiting for you to tap into it. Try some of the methods below for […]
Weekday Wisdom, Episode 47 Are you expressing your creativity? That’s all that we’re going to talk about in today’s Weekday Wisdom. In episode 40, I gave you a quiz that helped you understand how to create life balance and nurture happiness in your life. Then I promised you that I […]
On Tuesday, I shared a quote about creativity from Mary Lou Cook: “Creativity is inventing, experimenting, growing, taking risks, breaking rules, making mistakes, and having fun.” I also promised to go a bit deeper into how you can do all those things in your business. Regardless of how creative you […]