The direction of your focus is the direction your life will move. Let yourself move toward what is good, valuable, strong and true. ~ Ralph Marston
I know that there have been a few posts about this going around the ether and recognize that this is “one more post” on using [...]
It’s the same for musicians: if your audience went away feeling buoyed up or brought down, that’s what they’ll remember. If you’re really [...]
After getting married a few weeks ago, we started renovations on our house. In order to get this renewal underway, we had to make room for the construction crew to start their work. In other words, we had to empty everything out of four rooms. It was a lot of work to even [...]
While most people know on some level that the arts can reach and move us in unique ways, there is actually science behind this.
stan stewart‘s insight:
Arts-based research (ABR) is still young while showing [...]
Here are five things you should know about the way technology is affecting your memory.
Overload “I can always google it.” Distraction Lost the Big Picture Memory degeneration
But seriously, read the whole article!
Is creativity MORE important than all of the other attributes that demand our time, attention, and resources?
stan stewart‘s insight:
From James C. Kaufman and The Creativity Post.
See on www.creativitypost.com
A huge thanks to my online friend, Linda Freeman, for this guest post. After reading about the creative process she experienced while making this video, I can’t wait to see Avalanche, releasing on April 3, 2014. Learn more about Linda and how to reach her [...]
I have nothing bad to say about passion. It’s cool. Or I really should say hot. Coupled with stuff like muse, inspiration, talent and so on, passion offers massive motivation when it’s in flow.
I so (too?) often rely on what I’d loosely call talent and my passion for music to get [...]
There’s a wisdom that’s come down through the ages that seems to really [...]
No matter how much I prepare, mapping out my project, getting inspired, setting up the tools and resources I’ll need, following my creation, scheduling time, doing what works for me, and so on, surprises seem to come up along the way. You probably have plenty to teach me when it comes to rolling with [...]
…or how about on Twitter? or Feedly?
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