Creativity happens when you let it, not when you try to force it. That’s why you get your best ideas when running or showering. Your mind is typically in neutral in those situations and ideas seem to occur spontaneously. So, what can you do to put your mind in neutral and spark some creativity?
When you think of your favorite brands, what comes to mind first? I often think of a color, and apparently I’m not alone. Saw this article over at Social Media Today talking about the role of color in marketing. The article says that,
Since it’s Earth Day, we thought we’d discuss recycling – recycling your content, that is. Have you successfully recycled your content. Let’s review a few ways that I have given old content new life.
We’re assembling a list of the top creatives and creativity experts to follow on Twitter. Somewhat immodestly, we added ourselves to the list. Got anyone else to add? Please do.
In the past, we have offered up simple ideas for marketing yourself or your business. Here is our list of 5 more things you can do today to boost yourself.
1. Get to bed earlier this evening and every evening. According to Dr. Michael Bengston,
We have talked about this before, and I thought by 2013 we would have moved on. But no! Marketers in the B-2-B space are still writing as if they are communicating with droids and not humans. It’s the use of business jargon to which I am referring.
This is the final installment in our series about the SCAMMPERR creativity technique. We’ll be looking at things in reverse for creativity.