Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EQ71vgRzCA4 excerpt from:http://www.upworthy.com/a-moving-short-film-explores-what-its-really-like-to-live-with-adhd Erik Rosenlund was inspired to make the short film after becoming a father and remembering his own experiences growing up. Though he was never formally diagnosed with ADHD, the cause is still near and dear to his heart. “I think it’s a large chunk of myself to some degree,” said Rosenlund. … Continue reading
Reblogged from: via The Innovator’s Perspective | The Creativity Post. Synopsis The true innovator is an unconventional thinker willing to take risks and learn from failure. Remember how when you were a little child you felt that you were everything. You formed the thought that there was no limit to what was possible. You had … Continue reading
I’ve been working hard to give kids and teachers activities to use to help with creative writing. If you’ve been to one of my workshops, you know creativity is fantastic fun! So, here is a line-up of fun things on my site. I’m up to over 300 pages, and adding more all the time. You’ll … Continue reading
New Insights on the Creative Brain | Psychology Today. New Insights on the Creative Brain Right brain good, left brain bad? Published on August 10, 2011 by Dan Goleman in The Brain and Emotional Intelligence “Right brain good, left brain bad.” That belief about creativity and the right and left hemispheres of the brain dates … Continue reading
Creativity, the Brain, and Evolution Creativity: Adaptation or a byproduct of increased intelligence? Published on April 29, 2010 by John S. Allen, Ph.D. in Lives of the Brain We humans are a creative species. When we compare what we do and make with what other species do and make, it is self-evident that we are … Continue reading
Creative Thinkering A blor about resurrecting your natural creativity through inspiring techniques and practical examples by Michael Michalko via Creative Thinkering | Psychology Today.
Via Recent Reflections | Architecture of Meaning. As a creative, you may despair of ever being understood. At times of internal overwhelm or despair, the inspired soul can feel bound by the lens of the unimagined. The journey to meaningful engagement involves permission to dwell in possibilities that exist outside the culture’s realm of comprehension. … Continue reading