“Creativity and innovation thinking are topics that I have been searching recently. Below are those couple of sites’ resource links + some related recommended books that related to creativity and innovation. Techniques (163 of them!) by Mycoted should help you with creative thinking – those are the toolbox for you when you get stuck on developing your ideas.
Tips on Creativity by Gaping void is a list of how to be creative. This is the initial list for understanding what is creative and what are the ways you can gain creativity.
Finally I have gathered some references on books and audiobooks which are great for references on this topic.“
So what does a morning ritual need to contain to put you in the right frame of mind to be productive? And happy? (Yeah, happy is important. This is a “morning ritual”, not a “mourning ritual.”) Just remember PCO:
Why these three? What do they do? How do you turn these three nouns into a Tyrannosaur of a morning ritual that will make the Earth tremble at your approach?
What does the research say the best morning ritual consists of? Here’s what studies and experts conclude about starting a productive, happy day.
We live in a world where we spend most of our lives indoors and online. Most people live in urban settings and natural views are rare to come across in daily life.
I personally have been a hiker for a long time and I have always known that nature had a soothing effect not only physically but also emotionally. Scientists have proven me right by showing that nature…:
This post comes from Katie Wong on Ideapod.com – a social media platform where people share their ideas in 1000 characters or less, or 40 second videos. Here is a proven approach to dealing with uncertainty in all forms, i.e. what you should do when you don’t know what to do. This is the same […]
Creativity doesn’t always come easily, so here are 11 rules creative people live by to keep the creativity coming, even through setbacks.