Creativity 2012 – Week #17

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10 Ideas For Thinking & Change – Here are a few thoughts to ponder that will stretch your mind.

Drive Innovation: Suggest Ideas, Don’t Propose Them – Your ideas get less resistance as suggestions rather than statements.

Creating Isn’t Easy – To be a successful creative you have to make the time and do the hard work first.

Creativity Lessons From Charles Dickens And Steve Jobs – Creativity is the most essential skill for navigating an increasingly complex world. Here are a few ideas from Dickens and Jobs on how to be more creative.

How Exercise Could Lead To A Better Brain – For more than a decade, neuroscientists and physiologists have been gathering evidence of the beneficial relationship between exercise and brainpower.

About the Author

Harry Hoover
Harry Hoover is a partner in My Creative Team, the agency that makes Fortune 1000 clients look good. His communications career spans 35 years and runs the gamut from print and broadcast journalism, government and corporate communications to advertising and public relations agencies. He is the author of Born Creative: Free Your Mind, Free Yourself and Moving to Charlotte: The Un-Tourist Guide.

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