Monthly Archives: March 2010

Think Like a Seven Year Old to be More Creative

One of my favorite quotes comes from Pablo Picasso. You probably already knew that because I have a widgit with a Picasso quote on the left hand side of this blog. The quote is:  “All children are artists. The only … Continue reading

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Creativity Devotional – Words From Henri Matisse

“There is nothing more difficult for a truly creative painter than to paint a rose, because before he can do so he has first to forget all the roses that were ever painted.” Henri Matisse Thought: Is painting a rose … Continue reading

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Big Think and Elizabeth Gilbert on Creativity

The following is a portion of an interview with Elizabeth Gilbert, author of Eat. Pray, Love. The interview was published on BigThink.com.  Big Think is a website that connects people and ideas. There are interviews and articles at Big Think … Continue reading

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Using Magazines Creatively

Do you subscribe to a lot of magazines?  I subscribe to an art magazine and have been given subscriptions to a couple of other travel and home magazines. I enjoy reading them when I have a moment of free time.   Did you … Continue reading

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Creativity Devotional – Blossom Creatively

“And the day came when the risk [it took] to remain tight in the bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom.” Anais Nin Thought: My calendar says that Spring begins officially on Saturday.  Apparently, the trees, … Continue reading

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