Welcome to the Carnival of Creative Growth #18. I am not quite sure what possessed me to schedule the carnival for this weekend, but the smaller number of submissions made it truly enjoyable to assemble. Without further ado, I invite you to browse the following articles.
Shirley presents Creativity Is a Skill You Can Learn. posted at Brighter Days for you and me!, saying, “My understanding of creativity may differ from the usual form. I think of creativity as more of a flexibility. It is the ability to flow with the many changes of life and to maintain a positive outlook while still reaching my goals.”
Glowing Face Man presents How to be Super Creative using Language posted at Glowing Face Man: Awaken the Badass Within, saying, “What creates creativity? In this article we explain how connections in the brain allow creativity, and why this means that multilingualism is a key to growing yours.”
Creative Business Growth
Lexi Sundell (me again) presents Adventures with the Creative Muse Part Two in which I describe unfolding my creative energies in jewelry making and some of the crazy projects that resulted.
Dr. Joe Capista presents A Mentor Can Change Your Life posted at The Success Triangle, saying, “Building a successful business and life does not happen overnight. Discover how my mentor, a gentleman who is nearly ninety taught me the value and power of goals.”
Creative Personal Growth
Tim King presents 7 Steps to Keeping Your New Year’s Resolutions posted at J. Timothy King’s Blog, saying, “Over the holiday break, I finally had a chance to catch up on my business and marketing newsletters and audio CD’s. From this unlikely source, I put together a plan for keeping my New Year’s resolution.”
CG Walters presents Walking on Water: Unlearning our limitations posted at Into the Mist, saying, “Sometimes the correction for a situation is not to do something more, but primarily to stop what we have being doing; rather than learning something new, relinquish limiting information that you have acquired along the way.”