We have aggregated pertinent insights below for your consideration to keep you up-to-date with the world of Creativity.
Here are recent links of interest:
“How To Write To-Do Lists That Make You Happier At Work” – Fast Company
You may not like planning things, but your brain does. There’s evidence, for example, that the experience of planning your vacation helps you to enjoy it more when it actually happens. And as I wrote recently for Fast Company, even writing to-do lists that go uncompleted can give you a productivity… Continue Reading
“10 Tips for Unleashing your Creativity at Work” – Entrepreneur
Innovation is the lifeblood of any successful company today. For many companies, however, the pursuit of innovative ideas is missing a key element (something typically not associated with business professionals): creativity. Nurturing your creative self is the only way to truly unlock your strategic mind and bring your business skills to bear… Continue Reading
“5 Ways to Foster Creativity at Work” – QuickBase
If you want your team to be more successful, then you need to create a creative work environment. Creativity is very important to organizations that want to solve new problems, fix current ones and be innovative in their industry. A report by Overbury of 2,000 employees found that 59 percent felt that development of new ideas is vital to their companies… Continue Reading
“America’s Monopoly Problem” – The Atlantic
Botanists define a rheophyte as an aquatic plant that thrives in swift-moving water. Coming from the Greek word rhéos, meaning a flow or stream, the term describes plants with wide roots and flexible stalks, well adapted to strong currents rather than a pond’s or pasture’s stillness. For most of the 20th century, U.S. lawmakers worked to maintain… Continue Reading
“The Untold Story of Facebook Live” – Fast Company
On Monday night, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump went head-to-head to make their case for why they should be America’s next leader. The stage also doubled as Facebook Live’s coronation. The social giant partnered with ABC to live stream the debates via Facebook Live, putting the much-hyped feature… Continue Reading
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