September 5 2011 Self Development Newsletter
Here is the latest article from the Self Development site at BellaOnline.com.
Have you ever wondered:
* How creativity techniques work
* Why naïve questions (e.g., from children) spur creativity
* Why creativity is affected by time pressure & peer pressure
* How to use fable analogies like Nursery Rhymes to resolve challenges
'Creatively Ever After: A Path to Innovation' by Alicia Arnold is a self development book on creativity with a twist. She takes CPS (Creative Problem Solving Process), incorporates Nursery Rhyme characters, and shows you how to instil creative thinking in your organisation. Have a look at this article:
Creatively Ever After – Review
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Dr JOY Madden, Self Development Editor
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