More text and audio interviews from the Talent Development Resources series of sites: Print / text interviews [several dozen psychologists, writers, directors, actors and other creative people] Creativity and Women – more than 30 text interviews, such as: ~~~ Article publié pour la première fois le 20/01/2012
Creativity coach, author and psychologist Eric Maisel, PhD, notes “Some people become doctors, lawyers, accountants, or marketing executives. Some people stay at home and raise a family.
“But millions of people make another sort of choice, …
Don’t we need to keep practicing, keep learning, keep busy to be creatively productive? A number of psychologists and artists say daydreaming or otherwise “wasting time” is actually a way to enhance creativity. For example, author Barbara Abercrombie writes about working on an essay about her divorce, but not having created an outline or idea […]
Linda Dessau, MTA, CPCC is a founder of Genuine Coaching Services; a music therapist accredited by the Canadian Association for Music Therapy, and a Certified Professional Co-active Coach. In this interview, Linda talks about her work as a therapist using singing and other forms of music, and how she helps people develop through creativity coaching. […]
“If I hadn’t visualized playing athletes, I wouldn’t have gotten ‘Major League.’ If I hadn’t visualized playing a president, David Palmer never would have happened.”
Creating visualizations of what you want to accomplish can be a …
Like other people, those in the arts often respond quickly to disasters like hurricanes. Doing a Google search for “celebrity response to hurricane sandy” I located a recent Tweet by Jennifer Lopez @JLo: If you need a safe place to stay, shelter info avail. in #RedCross HurricanApp #Sandy http://bit.ly/red__cross This evening is a broadcast of […]
Jenna Avery has identified herself as “The Life Coach for Sensitive Souls” – helping individuals recognize and more fully express their gifts as highly sensitive people. In our interview, she talks about some of the challenges we may face in taking care of ourselves and living our purpose, such as being overly self-critical or not […]
Maybe you kept a diary – or still do. Or use a notebook as a helpful tool for personal growth, or to track ideas.
Artists, as well as entrepreneurs and other creative people, often use storyboards, journals, mindmapping and other idea tools for d…
The late Jane Russell famously starred in “The Outlaw” in 1943. In 2006, at 84, she was singing Cole Porter songs in a review she helped create called “The Swinging Forties.” Other examples of mature creators include these: At 96 Martha Graham premiered her choreographed work The Maple Leaf Rag. Sidney Sheldon wrote his last […]