Tag Archives: Creativity

  • Remember more by doodling

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    We all need to remember more. Why You Should Doodle More outlines research suggesting that you remember more information with less effort when you doodle.

  • The clues to a great story

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    We deal with complexity by constructing simple narratives. Here are the clues to a great story. We know that story works (when other things fail), because they help us make sense of the world. All of these posts also deal with stories.    

  • Creative insight needs pauses

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    Creative insight needs pauses. The Key To Creative Insight Can Be Simpler Than You Think outlines new research about using “incubation” between ideas sessions. Not to be more creative, but to have “fresher” ideas. It makes sense with the whole idea of getting inspiration in the shower from the neurological research into insight. Which is […]

  • Creativity

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    Steve Jobs on Creativity summarised by Farnam Street. The article says broad life (and educational) experiences gives you more to draw on for creativity. So get out from behind that desk and do something that isn’t what you’ve already done. Creativity: Some things which may be outside your norm Calligraphy is the Steve Jobs experience that […]

  • Entitlement breeds Creativity

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    Researchers discover that a burst of entitlement yields a burst of creativity (but a lifetime of it might drain a person’s motivation). But other researchers have discovered a link between body language and creativity. Start with Entitlement Might Make You More Creative and then try the Body Language of Creative Thinkers.