One woman's sex dream is another's nightmare. But such dreams may tell you something about your real life, both in and out of bed.
My husband of 34 years died recently. Unprepared for the reality of terrible loss, I learned how to grieve like everyone does: the hard way. Here are 12 lessons....
Writing about loss can change your life in a positive way. Consider the five stages to writing and healing as explained in this guest post by Sandra Marinella.
A creative insight can be as small as landing on an angle for a blog post or as big as discovering a fresh angle for a new book or business launch. The moment you gain such an insight flashes like lightning – and vanishes like lightning. Can you become aware of such moments? And can you replicate them?
Starting something new is not the only way to get excited about writing again. Here are some reflections about how to find flow.
Yep, I'm talking about you, William Hung.
Mass automation is here, and being creative and emotive may be key.
Creativity is essential in the world of work. It forms the basis for the number 1 strategic aim for companies the world over and is in crisis in our classrooms. Yet, you might be left with the impression that little is being done to identify, assess or develop creative capacity. Sadly, you would probably be right.
Public sector organisations are going to be asked to do more with less. We simply cannot maintain services with huge budget reductions by seeking efficiency.Instead it is time to get radical, get innovative and look for startlingly new ways of working. At the heart of these efforts MUST lie creativity.
It's time to rethink old-school attitudes toward daydreaming.
Famed author Ursula K. Le Guin had strong feelings about writing in a flow state and whether or not writer's block even exists. She shared them when I interviewed her.
(Great read republished with the author's consent: Geoff Nesnow) I originally wrote and published a version of this article in September 2016. Since then, quite a bit has happened, further cementing my view that these changes are coming and that the implications will be even more substantial. Show More Summary
What if it's NOT "all good"? You can learn to restructure your thinking and experience small amounts of gratitude on even the darkest days. Consider these strategies.
Mission-centered brands are improving their bottom line, gaining a more genuine community loyalty, shifting our attitude about what branding is, and improving employee retention.
You can learn a lot from reading good writers. One such is Ashley Hay, whose new book is A Hundred Small Lessons. Here's our Q&A.
It's no mystery that Sue Grafton loved to write. The joy of being in flow is one reason why, as she explained in this interview.
How do you pursue optimal collaboration? How do you shape time for productive solitude? Research shows that both are needed to advance our best ideas.
As the New Year approaches, to live a life of purpose may be on your list of goals for the new year. But do we find purpose? For many of us purpose is more illusive.
When it comes to dreams—the kind you have while asleep—one's woman's sex dream is another's nightmare. Such dreams may tell you something about your real life in and out of bed.
Friend or foe? Are we ready for the AI revolution? Mass automation is here - being creative and emotive may be the key...