Squeeze here for creative juice: Round up of articles on how to get creative
Feeling stuck? In a rut? Is routine killing you softly? Here is a round up of 5 articles and film to inspire you and help pump up your creative juice, getting you back into the flow.
1. 9 Ways to Become More Creative in the Next 10 Minutes: Creativity is developed, not a birthright
By Larry Kim, Founder and CTO, WordStream Twitter@larrykim. He is the CEO of MobileMonkey, a chatbot building platform for marketers that enables mobile messaging between businesses and customers via Facebook Messenger. He’s also the founder of WordStream, the World’s top PPC marketing software company. You can subscribe to Kim's business growth tips by email, or connect on LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook. @larrykim
2. 3 Ways To Train Yourself To Be More Creative: Creativity isn’t a talent you either have or you don’t, it’s a skill that you can build with these practices
By Art Markman, PhD is a professor of Psychology and Marketing at the University of Texas at Austin and Founding Director of the Program in the Human Dimensions of Organizations. Art is the author of Smart Thinking and Habits of Leadership, Smart Change, and most recently, Brain Briefs, co-authored with his "Two Guys on Your Head" co-host Bob Duke, which focuses on how you can use the science of motivation to change your behavior at work and at home.
3. 25 Ways To Be More Creative: Inc.
By Christina DesMarais is an Inc.com contributor who writes about the tech startup community, covering innovative ideas, news, and trends. On Google+, add her to one of your circles. Have a tip? Email her at christinadesmarais (at) live (dot) com. @salubriousdish
4. Science Continues To Show Us How To Be More Creative
By Will Burns. He is an advertising veteran and current CEO of Ideasicle.com. FULL BIO
Burns is founder and CEO of Ideasicle (www.ideasicle.com). Prior to founding Ideasicle, he worked at some of the most creative advertising agencies in the world, including Wieden & Kennedy, Goodby Silverstein & Partners, Mullen and Arnold Worldwide. It was at these agencies that his passion for ideas (having them and witnessing their birth from others) was inspired and cultivated. He is a guest lecturer at Boston University, an agency pitch consultant on the side and speak at marketing conferences around the country about the changing marketing landscape in the context of creativity and idea generation. He also founded an online martini glass store called Tini Grails (www.tinigrails.com), selling nothing but artsy, fun, high quality martini glasses from all over the world.
5. How to Become More Creative and Free Your Mind
By Chad Grills, Founder of www.TheMission.co
What tips to do you have to get in the creative zone?