7 Steps of Creative Thinking

Posted by on May 16, 2013 in creativity |

Raphael DiLuzio is an art professor, entrepreneur and creative thinker. He was struck by an 18-Wheeler which gave him amnesia. He lost his ability to speak and his ability to draw. He retaught himself to speak and gives us the 7 Steps of Creative Thinking. They are: 1. Form a question, an idea, or a […]

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Ira Glass on Creativity

Posted by on February 19, 2013 in creativity, Ira Glass |

Ira Glass is the host of This American Life, a radio show on NPR about ordinary American lives, but the topics are often extraordinary. Ira’s show is the epitome of creativity. Most of us who consider ourselves creative go through a process where we feel like everything we do sucks. We’ll never make any money. […]

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Chaos and Creativity

Posted by on February 15, 2013 in Chaos, creativity, Joe Rogan |

I feel like a one handed juggler trying to keep his chainsaws in the air right now. I’m trying to work a full-time job, lose weight, be creative and write. Plus I have a wife and kid. And now I’m taking on a part-time sales job with a law enforcement training company. When things start […]

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