Creativity & Trauma radio show; Videos by Brendon Burchard; My new book; Creative people cross borders

“Creativity & Trauma: A Powerful Combination” radio show episode

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I’ll be a guest on YOUR LIFE AFTER TRAUMA radio show hosted by Michele Rosenthal – in the episode titled “Creativity & Trauma: A Powerful Combination.”

The other guest on the show is psychologist Dr. Marlo Archer, and it will be broadcast Wednesday, January 23rd, 2pm EST/11am PST. You can call in with questions and comments.

[Archives of the shows are available.]
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New video series by Brendon Burchard

I have been enjoying the informative and inspiring teachings of Brendon Burchard for a couple of years.

He is offering these new videos for his Experts Academy program: “If you wanted to share your life’s story and knowledge with the world (and get paid for it), how would you begin? How are all these authors, speakers, coaches, marketers, and online thought leaders monetizing their advice and content?”

[Follow link above to get his new free video series.]

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Also, I am reading and listening to the audiobook version of his inspiring book “The Charge: Activating the 10 Human Drives that Make You Feel Alive” – follow the link to get the hardback free.
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The Creative Mind: Identity and Confidence

Burchard has been a part of inspiring me to create my new Kindle title: “The Creative Mind: Identity and Confidence”

A number of topics are included, such as personality, inspiration, self-concept, high sensitivity, beliefs, mental health and mood, fear and courage. Information from multiple coaches and experts in psychology is included, plus links to related sites and articles.

Read first pages free on Amazon.com.
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How does the intensity, complexity and “border-crossing” of creative people encourage being more creative?

Creative people often have personalities and inner experiences that are intense and beyond ordinary in multiple ways.

[Read Part 1.]

Creativity author and teacher Ken Robinson thinks “To realize our true creative potential-in our organizations, in our schools and in our communities-we need to think differently about ourselves and to act differently towards each other. We must learn to be creative.”

“Writing is so difficult, that if it doesn’t heal you in the doing of it it isn’t worth the trouble.”That is a quote by massage therapist, author, artist and teacher Cynthia Waring.

In her book and one-woman play, both titled “Bodies Unbound”, she relates the story of her life and growth as a therapist and artist, her journey of self-discovery and healing from childhood trauma and abuse.

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January 20th, 2013