It’s amazing to think we’re into the third week of the year already.
By now you have probably posted at least one if not many posts to your blog. Have you stopped to consider the question, Who reads my blog? Does it have a clear focus?
Who are you writing for?
Whether you write for a blog or for a publication, how well do you know your readers?
If you’re like me, your readers include ladies in their nineties, twenty-year-olds, and anything in between. I have full-time writers, enthusiastic bloggers, and folk who have never written more than thank-you notes at Christmas. And I try to keep them all happy. read more
Sometimes there are some treasures to be discovered if we follow the crumbs. read more
Truly creative minds not only come up with the answers. They are always coming up with the questions. This is why a young child can drive an adult crazy. read more
What do I mean by creative imagination? It is more than a good imagination. And it is more than being creative. read more
Do you ever wish you were more creative? Well, here are three methods to help stir up your creativity juices and get you inspired.
The best way to dramatically increase creativity, is to develop creative habits. A good comedian trains his mind to look for the “different angle” on everyday things. read more
Today we take another look at creativity. I think we’ve established the need for us to be creative. So now, let’s see what we can do to improve our creative abilities. read more
Here are two of the best ways to quickly tap into the right side of your brain. Draw—and write. Let’s look at draw first. read more
For years, parents and teachers have been urging their young charges to “Put on your thinking cap.” It would appear that scientists have actually developed a “thinking cap”. read more
In 1981, Roger Wolcott Sperry, a neuropsychologist and neurobiologist, together with two others, was awarded the Nobel Prize in Medicine for his work on the split-brain theory. read more