Carnival of Creative Growth #11

Welcome to the Carnival of Creative Growth #11. We have a nice variety of articles for your reading pleasure in this edition.

I offer a special thank you to the contributors to the previous editions who have taken the time to link back here, all the more so because a large percentage have not bothered to do so. I hope the contributors to this edition take this to heart and make the effort to support this carnival for the good of everyone.

My own contribution this edition is Creative Explosion which is a spontaneous description of a creative process which took its own humorous path.

Hal Sommerschield, Ph.D. presents Mental Fitness and Bamboo posted at North Star Mental Fitness Blog. Are you a fern or a bamboo? Read this article and find out!

Alvaro Fernandez presents Yaakov Stern: Build Your Cognitive Reserve posted at SharpBrains, saying, “Why creative growth opportunities may be great for our brain.”

Matt presents 2 Useful Tips for Improving Creativity posted at Realigned Living. Now here is some valid information!

Craig Harper presents Like a Kid in a Candy Store. posted at Motivational Speaker – Craig Harper. How long is it since you got genuinely excited about something? I’m not talking about moderate enthusiasm or slight motivation, no.. I’m talking about overwhelming, bursting-out-of-your-skin, child-like… excitement?

Ryan Haigh presents Recognition & Respect posted at The Big Chase. Ways for college students to present creative portfolios are described.

Millionaire Mommy Next Door presents Create Your Treasure Map To Riches posted at Millionaire Mommy Next Door, saying, “Visualizing what wealth means to you shapes the way your mind thinks about money and your life.”

Lucynda Riley presents Our New Home posted at The Traveling Man. Musings about creative solutions to living and the home that will be the result.

Aaron M. Potts presents Barriers to Personal Growth – What Service are you Providing? posted at Today is that Day. This post is indeed a great example of practicing what you preach.

Laura Young presents The Path is Made by Walking: What Charlie Trotter Taught Me About Life posted at Dragon Slayer, saying, “You really never know until you try…”

edithyeung presents How to Clean Out Your “Closet”, and Make Space for More Good posted at Edith Yeung.Com: Dream. Think. Act.. This article uses the example of closet cleaning to illustrate the need to clear debris from all parts of our beings.

Debra Moorhead presents What is “Self Improvement” Anyway? posted at Debra Sometimes improving where one already excells is the best idea.

Albert Foong presents The elusive key to emotional mastery: Is it really that simple? posted at Urban Monk. He discusses how to work with emotions giving examples from his own life.

isabella mori presents shining a light on the demon posted at change therapy, saying, “Using poetry to grow …”

Patricia Singleton presents I Am A Writer posted at Spiritual Journey of a Lightworker, saying, “This is one of the first times that I actually called myself a writer and claimed it as real.”

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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  2. Aaron M. Potts


    Thanks for including my post in this edition of the carnival. To help get exposure for this carnival, I have added it to Stumbleupon and Digg.

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