Archive: April 9-13

Archive: April 13

10 Steps for Boosting Creativity

1. Listen to music by Johann Sebastian Bach. If Bach doesn’t make you more creative, you should probably see your doctor – or your brain surgeon if you are also troubled by headaches, hallucinations or strange urges in the middle of the night.

2. Brainstorm. If properly carried out, brainstorming can help you not only come up with sacks full of new ideas, but can help you decide which is best.

Click here for all 10 steps: Personal Development Through Creativity

Image source: bornstoryteller

OTHER ARTICLES TO GET YOUR BUTT IN GEAR:

• Inspiration: Myth – Failure is Sexy
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INSPIRATIONAL VIDEO:

How To Stop Screwing Yourself Over

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QUOTE OF THE DAY:

“To be a great champion you must believe you are the best.”

– Muhammad Ali
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WEEKLY CALL TO ACTION:

The 52 Letters Project

Write 52 letters…over 52 weeks…to 52 different people.

Freelance writer JoAnna Haugen inspired this call to action with her wonderfully great letter writing campaign, “The 52 Letters Project.”

Haugen wrote: “Despite what many people suggest, I refuse to believe that the handwritten word is dead. It is with this in mind that I’ve decided to rekindle my love of letter writing by chronicling 52 weeks of writing 52 letters to 52 different people. I want to find and write to old friends, pen pals and roommates. I want to touch base with family members I only talk to on holidays. I want to take the time to reach out to many of those people who also love to receive truly personalized snail mail.”

Inspired by: the52LettersProject

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INSPIRATIONAL BLOG ROLL:

‘Last Lecture’ Inspires Amazing Beginning

I finished reading his bestselling book, “The Last Lecture,” two nights before Dr. Randy Pausch passed away. I’m glad I did.

I loved Dr. Pausch’s life lessons. I loved his advice. I loved his optimism. I loved his passion. He had an amazing perspective on life – right in the middle of a dog fight with the most aggressive and deadly types of cancer.

Read entire post 

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