Blog Profile / Tracking Wonder


URL :http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/tracking-wonder
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Archived Since:April 9, 2010

Blog Post Archive

When Creative & Business Mentors Show Up

The legend of the the “lone creative genius” has an air of truth, but it’s never the whole story. Many legendary geniuses had mentors along the way.

3 Surprising Books to Help You Write Your Own

Writing a book requires different kinds of cognition. What times of day are optimal to think big picture, write conceptually, edit rationally, and draft imaginatively?

Create a Morning Routine That Works For You

Most of us have heard and read the value of a morning routine. Yet, despite our best intentions, morning routines often go awry. What to do?

Why DIY Is Bad Advice for Entrepreneurs and Creatives

Easy access to information and software doesn't mean you should—or can—build your venture alone. Here's why DIT (Do-It-Together) beats DIY.

Why DIY is Bad Advice for Entrepreneurs & Creatives

Just because you can access so much software & info does not mean you should or can build your venture alone. Jeffrey Davis explains why DIT (Do-It-Together) Beats DIY.

Every Professional & Creative Needs This Talent Every Day

What if you could approach your work, your family, and yourself with more open intelligence? What if it led to healthier team relationships and more value to your clients?

A Journey to the Good Life

Author, entrepreneur, and business strategist Jonathan Fields shares his journey to the good life in his latest book How to Live a Good Life released today.

Is Digital Technology Just A Buzzy Distraction?

When we gain or regain the skill set to harness our attention, then we can make wiser decisions about when, how, and why we use digital technology and the Internet.

How “Good Stress” Helps Creativity in the Workplace

Not all stress is equal. Which stressful factors can contribute to an employee's creativity and innovation?

How Wonder Plays a Key Role in Collaboration

Creative professionals often think they must suffer their projects alone. They’re often mistaken. Collaboration is essential for creative productivity and innovation.

Body Thinking and the Wobble Effect Behind Brain Pickings

How do we sedentary tribes plug in our bodies for creating and thinking?

Why Excellence Is Not a Privilege

It’s a birthright. It’s in part what we human beings are here for.

How a Coaching Habit Can Lead to Greater Leadership Success

How does infusing curiosity and a coaching habit into your daily life lead to more focused, self-sufficient teams and more great work?

Combating Distractions for a Morning Routine That Works

Most attempts to establish morning routines fail. Why? Because of.2 seconds. And an elephant.

Combatting Distractions for a Morning Routine That Works

Most attempts to establish morning routines fail. Why? Because of.2 seconds. And an elephant.

How the Science of Creative Mindfulness Helps

If anxiety stalls your best work, consider these simple ways to redirect your attention.

Why Entrepreneurs Burn Out (And What To Do About It)

What causes burnout among entrepreneurs vs. employees? How can it be avoided?

From Masochism to Mastery in Creative Fields

Whether you excel in a creative field has largely to do with problems. Namely, how you respond to them. Every big idea begets a series of challenges and problems.

Creativity Is Not About Amateurs or Academies

We have big problems causing big divides. We have a huge global class divide that is becoming canyon-wide and deep. We have people resurrecting primal fears and prejudices and hatreds.

Is Obsessive Genius Your Model for Mastery?

Obsession has promise. Obsession is in part what advances our cultures of art-making, solution-making, life-making. But must our risking excellence come at the cost of our humanity?

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