Category Archives: Creativity

The Secret of Mathematics: Daydreaming

Here’s an awesome article I just read from staff-writer Kenn Rodriguez from the Valencia County News-Bulletin. It’s really encouraging to hear about active visualization and mind-developing techniques in today’s classrooms!   Daydreaming? Creativity? It’s part of their math lesson After being introduced by teacher Elizabeth Gomez, Holly Davis talks a bit to Gomez’ fifth-grade class… Read More »

Handwriting vs Typing: The Showdown

5 Reason you should ditch your keyboard and start hand-writing!   As information technology starts entering our everyday lives more and more, and as information workers like myself start working more and more on keyboards instead of writing on paper. Are there any benefits left to handwriting? I decided to conduct an experiment, where I… Read More »

Most Passionate Filmmaker Ever? Giving Up $250 Million For Transformation.

How did a simple street artist go from painting grains of rice to directing a movie with two Oscar Winning Legends? The answer to this question can be summarized in one word- chutzpah (and barrel loads of it at that!) I’m guessing a few of you don’t know this term- it means audacity or nerve. The classic definition… Read More »

Happiness: Good for Creativity, Bad for Single-Minded Focus

Happy people are open to all sorts of ideas, some of which can be distracting by JR Minkel Despite those who romanticize depression as the wellspring of artistic genius, studies find that people are most creative when they are in a good mood, and now researchers may have explained why: For better or worse, happy… Read More »

Five excellent Mind Habits to Develop

Want a more useful mind? Your mind is like a muscle, it can be trained to be stronger and more efficient. Here are some good ways to help you develop your brain into a better tool. I’m not saying they’re easy, but they’re definitely worthwhile. Read More on Paul’s >>

Creative Imagination

The Greatest Force in the Universe? Creative Imagination has been declared by some of the greatest people throughout history as the most powerful tool that we have at our fingertips. Let’s take a look at some of the most influential sources we know about Creative Imagination.   Albert Einstein: “Imagination is the greatest creative force… Read More »