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Archive for the ‘Creative Confidence’ Category

Quoting Seth Godin

Not that long ago, I wrote a post on Seth Godin’s new book, The Icarus Deception. The post was full...

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Your Personal Culture of Creativity – The Attitude of Attraction

    Of all the things you can consciously design into your Personal Culture of Creativity, attitude is probably the...

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What I’ve Learned About Creativity from Watching Project Runway

What You can Learn About Creativity from Project Runway Some of you already know that I have a love-hate relationship with television.  (more…)

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The Reality TV Creativity Challenge – An Exercise for Building Creative Muscle

    I admit it. I’m a huge fan of reality TV shows centered around creativity, innovation and business. Specifically,...

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Being Fully You – The Biggest Creative “Risk” of All

This week, I was deeply moved by a podcast interview with Kevin Allison, creator and host of RISK!, a story-centered...

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What Lady Gaga and George Clooney Have in Common – With Us

Creative Fear Last week, I talked about the fallacy of assuming that just because someone is accomplished, experienced and confident about their...

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Don’t Let Your Inner Adult Kill Your Childish Ideas

Child prodigy Adora Svitak believes in the value of "childish" thinking. She’s an advocate for bold ideas, wild creativity and...

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Creative Confidence – Proof + Action

Well, this is it. The final conversation (for now) in the Creative Confidence series. Over the last few posts, some of...

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Creative Confidence – Acting As If All Ideas Have Value

In the previous post, we revisited the definition of creative confidence developed by the Children’s Creativity Museum (CCM): Creative confidence...

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Creative Confidence – All Ideas Have Value

At the beginning of this creative confidence series, I referenced a definition of creative confidence developed by the Children’s Creativity...

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