Is Your Creative Muse Getting Regular Exercise?

Not too long ago I shrank in my seat while attending a leadership seminar. Two of the speakers said their secret to a creative and productive day was spending an hour each morning exercising. Working out cleared their heads, they said, and gave them energy to sustain themselves throughout the day, improving their mood while …

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Go With the Flow: Finding Balance Among Opposites in the Creative Process

Today I'm honored to have as a guest blogger Carole Jane Treggett, a Canadian photographer and writer who has proven phenomenally encouraging to me as I have charted my dedication to an art-committed life on The Artist's Road. She is one of the readers who nominated me for the 2011-2012 Top Ten Blogs for Writers …

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Creativity Atop the Pyramid

A handful of creative works — paintings, musical works, writings, etc. — survive long after the creative has passed. Will your work fall in to that camp? To be quite blunt, I have not produced any creative work of that magnitude. But it's been on my mind since I heard the great composer and film …

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