By Suzanne Falter

Lesson Seven: Sure-Fire Creativity Inducers
African Drumming; Dance; Visual Art
Performing; Meditation
TRY THIS: The Do’s and Don’ts of Meditation
Lesson Eight: Take Your Dream to Lunch
Lesson Nine: Just Ask
Lesson Ten: What Skiing Can Teach You about Your Dreams
Lesson Eleven: How to Make a Comeback
Lesson Twelve: Protecting Your Dream at Dysfunctional Family Get-Togethers
TRY THIS: The True Supporter Litmus Test
TRY THIS, TOO: Finding the Ideal Dream Supporter


Need a Creativity Jolt? Drop by a Modern Art Show

By Lawrence E. McCullough ‘ Mar 21, 2013

Synopsis: 8 Imagination Boosters I got from SCOPE New York 2013


How To Be Creative When Your Brain Doesn’t Want To Play

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Creative people are often highly sensitive.
Psychologist Elaine Aron, PhD summarizes the personality trait of high sensitivity (sensory processing sensitivity): “Your brain processes information and reflects on it more deeply.” She thinks all Highly Sensitive People (HSPs) “are creative, by definition.”
In this SlideShare overview, I include quotes from my interviews with other psychologists: Cheryl Arutt and Ted Zeff.

To Be More Creative, Be An Introvert

Author Susan Cain declares: “Without introverts, the world would be devoid of: the theory of gravity; the theory of relativity; W. B. Yeats’s “The Second Coming”; Chopin’s nocturnes; Proust’s In Search of Lost Time; Peter Pan…”

She quotes science journalist Winifred Gallagher: “The glory of the disposition that stops to consider stimuli rather than rushing to engage with them is its long association with intellectual and artistic achievement.

“Neither E = mc2 nor Paradise Lost was dashed off by a party animal.”


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Creative Juice: A Dozen Key Lessons for Creative Dreamers

By Suzanne Falter

Lesson One: The Hallmarks of Genius

Lesson Two: How Sex and Creativity Connect

Lesson Three: How (and Why) to Be Patient

Lesson Four: How to Manage Rejection

Lesson Five: A Great Way to Cut Expenses

Lesson Six: Avoid Creative Anorexia

Photo for one of her items: “Stop being patient and have fun, instead. This is the only real reason there is to pursue your dream.”


Your Hidden Creativity: Turning Potential Into Achievement

Interview with Barnet Bain, an award-winning movie producer, director, and writer, and also a transformational coach.

This is a few minutes from his almost one hour interview with host Dr. Ron Stotts at The Creativity Summit March 18 – April 5, 2013. Free presentations and paid recording packages.
This is a SlideShare presentation [slides with narration] — “If there is one word that makes creative people different from others, it is the word complexity.” Writer Juliet Bruce, PhD adds that creativity researcher Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi (pronounced me-high chick-sent-me-high-ee) says, “Instead of being an individual, they are a multitude.”

Host Neseret Bemient says: “I’ve brought together 12 of the world’s top mental health and addiction professionals and experts to share their insider secrets on the journey of healing, returning to your wholeness and being and living your best life!”Our speakers have done the work necessary to heal their own lives.”


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