The research suggests that lying about your performance on one thing could increase creativity in another.
Marshalling creativity may be more art than science, especially where a Seattle drawing instructor is concerned.
If you wish you could go back in time and invest in Google in 1998, you may have a chance to invest in the next big creative project through Kickstarter. But read the legalese.
A lot of us would like to be more creative in our daily lives, and a Philadelphia native says it’s less about waiting for inspiration than training yourself for the task.
A lead weekend article in The Wall Street Journal assures us that creativity is a skill that anyone can learn, not an inherited trait.
In this age of testing kids to gauge achievement, it’s good to remember that part of education is letting them explore and create. They are tinkerers by nature and their imaginations can soar.