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Tapping Into Your Creativity by Judi Moreo 

Fundamentally, we are all creative. The question is, “How do we use our creative abilities to our best advantage?” The best way to tap into our creativity is through flexibility of thinking and practice, practice, practice. Tapping into creativity means letting go of any preconceived ideas and developing ways to unleash our thinking. The following

Mind Workout: Creativity Killers

Being creative and innovative means eliminating creativity killers which can become rampant and have an adverse effect. Routines, habits, ruts!  They are all brain deadening.   Fear can strip you of your creativity mental dexterity and your ability to make decisions.  Fear of being humiliated can discourage you from expressing who you are and giving your

Challenge Yourself

Activities that encourage personal growth are especially good for helping self esteem. Pick something that you really want to learn how to do and join a club or a class and devote the time to learning what you have always wanted to learn. It does not matter what it is, as you challenge yourself and

Are You A Problem Identifier or a Problem Solver?

It is absolutely essential we become problem solvers.  Problem identifiers are a dime a dozen.  Anyone can go around pointing out problems.  On the other hand, problem solvers are worth their weight in gold.  Far too few people spend their time and use their minds looking for solutions.  Problems give us opportunities to be creative.

Do You Micro-Manage?

Very often there is a tendency to micromanage. Micromanagement is “overcontrol,” which impedes your team members’ potential. This is counterproductive. It leads to demoralized and unwilling employees. A leader who over-controls actually practices rigidity in thinking! This is definitely not conductive to creative thinking. Some people in leadership positions think that the position they hold