Carnival of Creative Growth #7

Welcome to the Carnival of Creative Growth #7. I was surprised this week by the large quantity of submissions, and a bit dismayed at the wildly varying quality levels in them. In order to maintain a useful carnival I omitted those articles which had frequent glaring spelling errors or were otherwise in need of serious editing. Some of the omitted articles actually had useful ideas, but needed better presentation. I also omitted articles we had already used in previous carnivals.

As you browse through the following selections, you will find an interesting variety of topics and stories that are both enjoyable and practical. I know I did.

Laura Young presents The Path is Made by Walking: What Charlie Trotter Taught Me About Life posted at The Dragon Slayer’s Guide to Life. She describes a marvelous personal experience in her quest for a creative path in life.

Gia Combs-Ramirez presents Law of Attraction in Action-Make Yourself Right posted at The Science of Energy Healing. She explains how to work with our senses of perception to expand possibilities for manifesting.

Christine Kane presents Doubt is a Drag Queen posted at Christine Kane’s Blog. This well written post addresses the presence of doubt and the ability to move forward in spite of it.

Alvaro Fernandez presents Lifelong Learning and New Neurons in Adults posted at SharpBrains. This article offers solid evidence brain development can occur at all ages, an interesting read.

Doug Green presents Celebrate Abundance posted at Doug Green’s Garden, saying, “Harried writer’s story of taking the time for abundance.” Boy, I can really relate to this one!

Lexi Sundell (that’s me) presents Suggestions for Developing Intuition posted at Energies of Creation. Another artist asked for suggestions to develop her intuition and this post is the answer to her question.

Isabella Mori presents ten zen seconds blog book tour update posted at change therapy, presents some interesting information about “shifting gears” creatively.

Debra Moorhead presents Want to Manifest More Money? Forget About It! posted at Debra She offers an example from her personal experience to demonstrate how this can work.

Ellesse presents Inspirational Stories I : Wilma Rudolph, An Olympic Wonder posted at Goal Setting College. The story of this woman’s life is indeed an inspiration.

Madeleine Begun Kane presents How To Disorganize Your Life posted at Mad Kane’s Humor Blog. This article is a short “fluff” piece that may make you laugh.

Kennubo presents How your self image defines your life posted at Ken Nubo — Your daily source of rambling. He talks of his own opportunities as he takes his life in unexpected directions.

Karl Staib presents Perspectivism posted at Karl Staib. He discusses taking different points of view in life situations.

Shamelle presents 6 ‘American Idol Ways’ To Enhance Your Blogging posted at Enhance Life. This post applies ideas from the Americon Idol to blogging.

Ted Reimers presents Best Business Schools for the Entrepreneur posted at CampusGrotto. For those looking for a business school, this list might be the place to start.

Mirko presents Get your creativity back: the old fashion way posted at Daily designer news. Three ways to reawaken creativity are presented, although I have my doubts about the beer!

Hueina Su presents Homecoming to You: Re-connecting with Your Authentic Self posted at Intensive Care for the Nurturer’s Soul, saying, “Learning to love & connect with your Authentic Self is critical in relationships and everything you do… Here are some steps you can take to re-connect with your Authentic Self.”

Anco presents Wake Up On Time posted at Tipskey – Unlock Practicality, saying, “I think waking up on time is the first thing in self improvement because if you start the day correctly, you will be more into personal growth for the rest of the day.”

Jenn Givler presents Is it ever ok to not believe in yourself? posted at Thriving Holistic Business, saying, “When you find yourself not believing in your goal, don’t stifle it – don’t try to cover it up with additional affirmations. Instead, ask yourself why you don’t believe in the goal, and then listen to the answer.”

Charles H. Green presents Hostage Negotiation – Lessons for Selling, Customer Service and Business Relationships posted at Trust Matters, saying, “Hostage negotiators can teach us a valuable lesson about relating to others and personal growth.”

edithyeung presents What is your life purpose? posted at Edith Yeung.Com: Dream. Think. Act. This is an exploration of purpose in life.

David Richeson presents How to Overcome Negative Emotions Part II posted at 360 Degree Success, saying, “For the Law of Attraction to create positive results, it is necessary to learn how to maintain a positive mindset. Learn how to overcome negative emotions in this article.”

Albert Foong presents Stepping into greatness and out of unhappiness with dynamic goals – Aristotle and Ego Series. posted at Urban Monk. This is the final article in this series.

Gustav S presents Follow the 3% Law to achieve Success! posted at, saying, “An idea I was applying without noticing that for sure can help you succeed”

steve bentham presents Constant personal development posted at inspiration, motivation, goal achievement, success, personal development, saying, in an extremely long article, “How training can help you improve yourself”

wilson ng presents No Photography or Recording Allowed posted at Reflections of a BizDrivenLife. The practice of refusing to allow photography or recording at concerts is challenged in this post.

Anne Maybus presents Diva Days: Elements of You posted at Diva Days. She discusses personal style.

That concludes this edition. All of you authors, please remember to add your links to this carnival. You are invited to submit your 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.

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