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How well do you embrace uncertainty?
Alya Chaglar, a 31-year-old woman who lives in Antalya, Turkey, and her 3-year-old daughter, Stefani, have a blast creating "dresses" out of produce. And their photos are so cute that the two have bui...
The journey from a single idea to a feature film, Emo The Musical
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Yes, you CAN make that woven wall hanging.
Why do we care if our students learn maths a tiny bit faster than other countries?
Are creative geniuses born or made?
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Encourage debate and create an office space that feels like home.
Kurt Vonnegut once said that practicing any art ― no matter how badly ― makes the soul grow. "So do it," he wisely advised. Psychologists have now come to a similar conclusion. According to a recent s...
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Not your usual daily dose of fruit and veg.
Research shows that synesthesia may extend in more directions than we thought.
It might be time to rethink your working space.
The trick is to find things in your work a robot cannot do.
Effective even if you don't have a creative bone in your body.
Researchers have found the evidence that singing and art skills can improve with the disease.
Just because you're in a creative industry doesn't mean you don't need a business plan.
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Plus there's Robowars. Get on it.
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As a professional speaker and book author, I often teach programs and coach executives on how to be more creative and innovative. Everyone that I work with wants to know what the secrets are to be mor...
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Do you sometimes feel like you're surrounded by creative people--musicians, writers, artists, builders, inventors--but have no muse of your own? Maybe you've said to yourself, "I'm not creative. It's...
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Which is more important? Do we value the brainiacs more than we value the artists? Or is it simply a matter of letting your child be him or herself, no matter what?
When I get my ego out of my art I can experience the freedom of non-attachment to outcome. When I approach the empty page as if I've never done this before, I can access the simple vastness of not-knowing. And not caring too much about it, either.