Carnival of Creative Growth #18

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.

Creative Thinking

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

Louise Manning presents Are you enthusiastic? posted at The Human Imprint.

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.”

Creative Projects

Bern Sundell presents Christmas Along the Madison posted at Brown Trout Delight which describes some antics with lights in the spirit of celebration.

Akemi presents The Gratitude Project posted at Gratitude Magic.

Many thanks to the writers who submitted to this edition. For the next edition submit your blog article using our carnival submission form. Past posts can be found on our blog carnival index page.

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4 thoughts on “Carnival of Creative Growth #18

  1. CG Walters

    Thank you, Lexi, for another wonderful edition. I have added this link to my article and bookmarked you with several services. Others will benefit from these works.
    blessings to you and all you hold dear,

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