Carnival of Creative Growth #12

Welcome to the Carnival of Creative Growth #12. We have a really eclectic offering this time for your reading pleasure. I hope you enjoy browsing the interesting variety of articles.

I thank all of the contributors to the previous editions who have taken the time to link back here to promote the carnival articles for all to enjoy. I especially appreciate those who Stumbled the last carnival because that greatly increased traffic, which helps all the participants.

Observant eyes will notice the previous carnival shrank after posting because I deleted those who did not link. I hope the contributors to this edition take this to heart and make the effort to support this carnival for the good of everyone.

Creative Business Growth

The Career Counselor presents I Wanna Telecommute! posted at ask the CareerCounselor. The practical aspects of telecommuting and how to make it work.

Moneywalks presents 6 Ways to get Rich posted at moneywalks. A direct method of saving and building wealth.

Creative Group Growth

Millionaire Mommy Next Door presents Millionaire Mommy Next Door, saying, “David Wann (co-author of Affluenza: The All-Consuming Epidemic) encourages us to become historical superheros. We can change our world; save our world. Let’s curb our consumption so that our grandkids can read about our generation in their history books with reverence.”

Lexi Sundell presents Crystalline Consciousness Technique™ here at Energies of Creation. A description of a new healing modality you can try for free.

Kevin Bedell presents The New Values of the 21st Century Citizen posted at 21st Century Citizen. A look at 21st Century issues and the direction we should take with them.

Creative Personal Growth

Rickey Henderson presents Beard Watch 2007 Update posted at Riding with Rickey. Personal growth narrowly focussed on the beard, a humorous read.

Christine Kane presents What?s Easy. What?s Not. posted at Christine Kane’s Blog. Simple and to the point, beautifully written.

Lexi Sundell presents The Long Shadow of Suicide here at Energies of Creation. An examination of long enduring trauma patterns both following and preceding suicide.

Lance presents Tip For You posted at A Snake and a Horse. Tipping is an indicator of much else in life.

Ken Nubo presents Are you surviving or living?posted at Ken Nubo, PUA extraordinaire and ranting buddhist. He discusses ways to be stuck in life and ways to pursue dreams.

Ellesse presents Excuse Me, Where is Your Sense of Self Awareness? posted at Goal Setting College. Innovation left unrewarded and the levels of awareness.

Alvaro Fernandez presents The Ten Habits of Highly Effective Brains posted at SharpBrains: Your Window into the Brain Fitness Revolution, saying, “Some tips to keep our brains sharp.”

Creative Projects

Mike Pace presents Fase at Planet Prozess and Why Only North America Hates Graffiti posted at Theociraptor. Contemporary grafitti type art video and a discussion of grafitti art.

Anmol Mehta presents How to Make a Baby the Right Way- With Illustrations! posted at Mastery of Meditation, Enlightenment & Kundalini Yoga, saying, “Our adventures in how we made our little ones.”

Creative Thinking

Mitesh presents Creative Writing | Creative Writing Exercise posted at Invent Creativity. This will get the ink flowing!

Luke Houghton presents Creative Thinking posted at Luke Houghton, saying, “The role of imagination in creative thinking”

Barbra Sundquist presents Freedom from Worry: What I Learned From My Sister’s Illness posted at A poignant lesson clearly presented.

Many thanks to all the writers who have contributed to this carnival! Everyone is invited to submit a blog article to the next edition of Carnival of Creative Growth using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page. See you next time!

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