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Born Creative – Our New Book Will Be Free For 500 People

August 12, 2015 on 2:37 pm | In Book, Creative, Creativity | No Comments

We’re publishing a new book soon called Born Creative: Free Your Mind, Free Yourself. If you would like to know when it is available, subscribe using the “Join Now” button below. I plan to give the book away to 500 people. So, if you sign up, you will be the first when and where to go to get your free copy.


Getting To Why

March 4, 2014 on 4:09 pm | In Creative, Creativity, employee communication, leadership, Marketing, My Creative Team | No Comments


Inspiring the people in your company to do great things is not rocket science. However, it takes work on the part of leadership to define that inspiring message and drive it home. We’ve talked about this before in our post that laid out how Lewis and Clark inspired the Corps of Discovery to greatness by tapping into employee passion.

11 Creativity Tools To Kickstart Your 2014

January 2, 2014 on 3:02 pm | In Creative, Creativity | No Comments

Three Words For 2014: Reflect, Write, Package

December 24, 2013 on 9:56 am | In Blogs, Creative, Creativity, Harry Hoover | No Comments
The Un-Tourist Guide offers helpful hints to get you settled quickly in your new home town.

The Un-Tourist Guide offers helpful hints to get you settled quickly in your new home town.

I began my writing life as a journalist in 1977 and have been developing content ever since. However, it was not until this year, 2013, that I wrote and published my first book, Moving To Charlotte: The Un-Tourist Guide. Being a native Charlottean, it made sense for me to write this book when asked by my friend and publisher, Newt Barrett. But from a business perspective, I really should be writing about topics in my field.

Using Paper.li As Part Of A Content Marketing Strategy

August 20, 2013 on 5:27 pm | In audience, Blogs, Branding, Content Curation, content development, Content Marketing, Content Marketing 2.0, Creativity, Customer Retention, Fortune 500, Marketing, My Creative Team, Twitter | 3 Comments

The Creativity Times

Tamela Rich noticed recently that I was publishing several paper.li papers, including Moving To Charlotte: The Un-Tourist GuideThe Fortune 500 Daily, The Creativity Times, and The Social Media Daily. You are subscribed to them, right? If you don’t know about paper.li, then you need to go here to learn more about the service.

Anyway, Tamela said she had been wondering if that approach was right for her content marketing efforts. She asked my thoughts and you only have to ask me once!

Creativity Is Everywhere

July 11, 2013 on 8:18 am | In Creative, Creativity, My Creative Team | 1 Comment


There’s a restaurant nearby that I visit often because it has the best beef brisket around. Mac’s Speed Shop promotes itself as the place for beer, bikes and BBQ. I mention Mac’s because they do a creative job of resource usage. Now, you’re probably thinking I’ve lost my mind talking about a restaurant that shows its creativity in the way it uses – and reuses – entree components.

Evaluate It For Creativity

June 28, 2013 on 1:17 pm | In Creative, Creativity, My Creative Team | No Comments

heads or tails

When you brainstorm – to get the most ideas – initially you need to withhold judgment.  Evaluating ideas comes after – and only after – you have completed your brainstorming so that you won’t kill off your creativity. A while back we wrote a series on the SCAMMPERR method for creativity. If you’ve used this method, you produced a lot of ideas. Now, we need to evaluate them to see if they are worthwhile to pursue.

Creativity Quotes

June 14, 2013 on 3:14 pm | In Creative, Creativity | No Comments



Creativity Quotes

June 7, 2013 on 3:10 pm | In Creative, Creativity | No Comments




Creativity Quotes

June 5, 2013 on 10:27 am | In Creative, Creativity | No Comments

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