Tag Archive | "creativity"


Creativity Vs Process

Monday, May 4, 2009

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Creativity Vs Process

Last week I had a good time being creative – doing some forward planning on my next novel, playing with corkboards, images and mindmaps. Fun, fun, fun! There were repercussions on another side of my writing, however. The practical side. The side that needed to get out one, two, maybe three blog articles on various [...]

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Ah, for Pete’s Sake!

Friday, November 7, 2008

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If you wanna be a writer, just write, right? Good advice, but not given by anyone who has tried to do it while their six year old daughter is dancing around the living room in sparkly high heels, showing the family dog her tap-dancing routine. ‘You don’t do tap dancing,’ I pointed out hopefully. ‘YOU [...]

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When Creativity Gets in the Way of Work

Friday, September 26, 2008

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A very quick confession here. Today I decided to start work on a PDF report I intend giving away from this writing blog. Good idea, but my creativity muse actually got in the way. I’ve spent a good half an hour simply browsing around the web trying to find the “correct” Word template which is [...]

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How to Be Creative

Tuesday, August 26, 2008

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Many people may have heard about or read Hugh MacCleod’s free report / manifesto, How to Be Creative. But it’s worth passing on again, if you happen to have missed it. Hugh’s blog, Gaping Void, is one of those uber-blogs which has a lot of power out there on the web, and it makes for [...]

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How to Be Creative

Tuesday, August 26, 2008

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How to Be Creative

Many people may have heard about or read Hugh MacCleod’s free report / manifesto, How to Be Creative. But it’s worth passing on again, if you happen to have missed it. Hugh’s blog, Gaping Void, is one of those uber-blogs which has a lot of power out there on the web, and it makes for [...]

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