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Developing Creativity: Visual Thinking

“Visual-spatial learners think in pictures rather than in words." Linda Silverman. Art from site of Marney Makridakis, founder of Artella Land, an online creativity community for “inspiring artists, writers, and creative spirits."

The Creativity Conference with David Burkus

The Creativity Conference with David Burkus - Online conference on creative thinking: thirty interviews with creativity leaders on innovation, and strategies to enhance creative expression.

Creatively Stuck? Learn Strategies to Free Your Creativity / See multiple "Products for Your Creative Success" by creativity coach Lisa Riley at her site The Art of Mind

Maggie Taylor: Making Images That Invite Reverie

Maggie Taylor says "Making images for me is a way of life. I can’t imagine not doing it." #photography #artist - Also see info about her online course for #creators

Living and Creating: Fear Is Not A Disease

Beyoncé - about producing her self-titled album: “I was terrified. I was so scared. I already envisioned like the worst things that could happen. I was really nervous because this was a huge risk." Quoted in article Developing Creativity: Fear Is Not A Disease

Some Ideas on How To Develop Creativity

"It is really hard to find what kids love to do, it’s hard to find what you love to do." From article; "Some Ideas on How To Develop Creativity" -

They may be identified with one form of creativity - such as writing or acting, one of the visual arts, or performing music - but so many people work in multiple ways, in more than one area of creative expression.

Miss Aniela: Bringing Dreams to Life With Fashion Photography

“Optimum creativity is a birth: it needs a plan and foreknowledge, but it needs time, no pressure and an unexplainable force of nature.” Fashion photographer Natalie Dybisz / Miss Aniela. #photography #artist

Creative Talent: Genetics, A Muse, Or Hard Work

Stop waiting for a Muse or a full-blown moment of inspiration. While we’re waiting, we may never start working on what we might be able to create.

Creativity Coach Eric Maisel interviewed about his online course Your Best Life in the Arts