Think you can't draw? Well, anyone can draw using the Zentagle method. It's an easy, fun way to create artistic-looking designs!
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How can the act of writing on paper help train your brain to think creatively? You'll find out in this episode!
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Lisa and I discuss an article that describes how motherhood affects creativity and share our thoughts on how children help you see things from a new perspective. (Apologizes for sound quality near the end; we are both getting used to the podcast technology!)
Link to Atlantic article: https://www.theatlantic.com/science/archive/2017/09/how-motherhood-affects-creativity/539418/
Today, we talk about what it means to be "creative" and how every job can have aspects of creativity. And we do a short "first line" exercise to help get that creative part of your brain moving!
Link to info. about Temple Grandin: http://www.templegrandin.com/
Writers Louisa and Lisa host short episodes designed to kick-start your creativity. Being creative means problem solving, developing new ideas, looking at life from a unique perspective -- all valuable workplace skills. Join us every week for five-minute exercises, reading suggestions, and much more!