12 Days of Creativity 2012 – Day 12


Christmas is almost here! Thank you for stopping by during these past 12 for your daily breath of spirit in the midst of the festive flurry. I have a gift for you! A tiny but heartfelt gift from me for your tree!  Get your FREE DOWNLOAD of my book. Details below!   Lean back. Take a deep breath. Look up from the screen. Relax.     Station 12 and the Wheel of Creativity gives me… a ripe crop to harvest   Often have I heard you say, as if speaking in...

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12 Days of Creativity 2012 – Day 1


Christmas is upon us. So each day from now until December 25, drop by the Wheel of Creativity blog for a deep breath of spirit in the midst of the festive flurry. Let’s be creative and connected this Christmas! It’s the best gift under the tree!   Lean back. Take a deep breath. Look up from the screen. Relax.     Station 1 and the Wheel of Creativity gives me… a hunger for something more than this. “Hunger comes to me on the road like a savage beast,...

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Little Pink Spoon #12 from The Wheel of Creativity


This post is part of a series of excerpts from my forthcoming book. You can read them all in the Little Pink Spoons category. You can get advance notice of the book by subscribing to my Creative Adventure Journal over there to your right. The Wheels of Life Some people will be very disappointed if there is not an ultimate theory, that can be formulated as a finite number of principles. I used to belong to that camp, but I have changed my mind. Stephen Hawking The Value of...

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Little Pink Spoon #11 from The Wheel of Creativity


This post is part of a series of excerpts from my forthcoming book. You can read them all in the Little Pink Spoons category. You can get advance notice of the book by subscribing to my Creative Adventure Journal over there to your right.   The Way of the Nomad   When I graduated from Wheaton College with my BA in Psychology, there were new questions to ask, each being some version of, “Where to now?” I stood at the intersection of two paths: 1) I could continue...

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Creativity, Progress & Human Evolution


The more the world feels the impact of “The Crisis”, the more desperate we become for creativity. Corporations try to cultivate it to stay competitive, while stay-at-home moms try to make time for it in order to stay sane. At the same time, arts programs are cut from schools on the premise that creativity is a luxury, expendable, and superfluous to real life. I couldn’t disagree more. Creativity most often begins with a problem of some kind, and I believe it is linked to...

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