Creativity Tweets of the Week – 12/10/10

I sent around some tasty tweets this week sure to inspire and inform. Here are a few of them:

INSPIRATION

  • Pursue Your Passion,” Dan Perez, Dan Perez Films: All it takes is 4 minutes and 44 seconds to watch this video, and poet Kirk Nugent will have you on your feet vowing to pursue your passion. I like this line: “Greatness is born out of zero doubt.”
  • Saying It Out Loud,” Karen L. Hogan, Fear of Writing: This post will help and inspire any creative looking to put their work out into the world. Oh, and you get a peek at a steamy love affair the author had in Paris!
  • Dare To Be Different… Dare To Be You?” Kath Roberts, Alchemy 4 the Soul: This essay encourages the reader to embrace his or her own uniqueness. I like this line: “Push past those self limiting beliefs.”
  • Accentuate the Positive: Hope and the Inspiring Writer,” L.J. Cohen, Writer Unboxed: Lessons on remaining inspired. To quote the writer: “As a yet-to-be-published writer, I have learned the necessity of keeping hope alive.”
  • Revolutionary Finding — The Brain Can Change Itself,” Michael Apollo, Toronto Body Mind: So old dogs can now be taught new tricks. Very helpful for those focused on self-improvement, but I didn’t see anything in here about how to change the brain patterns of those who annoy me! πŸ™‚

CREATIVITY

WRITING

Stop back every Friday for the latest “Tweets of the Week,” or follow me on Twitter and dine on ’em when they’re fresh!

2 thoughts on “Creativity Tweets of the Week – 12/10/10

  1. How cool is this! Thanks for featuring me! And I followed the link to discover your blog, which is awesome btw. Will add it to my sidebar, I want to be reminded to make art & creativity a part of each day.

    KarenG

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