Creativity 2011 – Week #43

October 24, 2011 on 5:43 pm | In Advertising, Creative, Creativity, Marketing, My Creative Team | No Comments
 

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Creativity Apps For iPad – The iTunes store is crammed with apps. Here is a list of some very good ones to help boost your creativity.

20 Ways To Encourage Creativity In Children - If you want to encourage children to use their imaginations, to not be afraid of a blank page, to think for themselves, and to try new things; give this list a look. Some of the activities are for older children who already can read.

Solving Problems The Soviet Way – TRIZ was developed in the Soviet Union over 2 decades by a man named Genrich Altshuller who studied 40,000+ patents in order to reveal how invention runs in patterns. It teaches you to look at problems in a different way.

The Answer Is In Your Dreams - By thinking about specific dilemmas before bed, we can increase our chances that we will dream a solution.

17 Ways To Be More Right Brained - For all those who feel stuck in the left-side of their brain, and who desperately want to create something and begin to awaken their right-brain hemisphere, here are 17 resources–some free, some not–that will help get you started.

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Harry Hoover

Partner ♦ Brand Strategist ♦ Creativity Facilitator at My Creative Team
Harry Hoover is a partner in My Creative Team, the agency that makes Fortune 1000 clients look good. His communications career spans 35 years and runs the gamut from print and broadcast journalism, government and corporate communications to advertising and public relations agencies. He is the author of Moving to Charlotte: The Un-Tourist Guide.

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