Tagged: creativity

11 Ways To Reduce Creativity In Your Classroom

It’s not merely the closed-mindedness of fixed belief that can hold students back: it’s also the convenience of habit, the laziness of stereotyped thinking. The post 11 Ways To Reduce Creativity In Your Classroom...

A Good Learner Consults Many Teachers

This is my last post as a Lifehacker staff writer, so I want to leave you with some meta-advice. When you want to learn a new skill, don’t use just one book, or app,...

How to Mentor Yourself

If you’re ever stuck for ideas or advice, and you feel like you can’t find a mentor, here’s how to become your own mentor: Look at everyone else who’s doing a similar thing. Some...

Writing Advice: Trick or Treat?

Happy Halloween! I have two tricks — or two treats — for you, depending on how you look at it:… Continue Reading The post Writing Advice: Trick or Treat? appeared first on Copyblogger. Read...

Never Start With a Blank Page

Creative block is over, if you want it. If you’re stuck without ideas in a brainstorm or a project, you just need to use this simple system: consume things, take notes, and bring those...

How to Steal Time for Your Creative Work

Work-life balance for creative types is more like work-work-life. You’ve got to find time for both your work responsibilities and your non-work responsibilities, plus time for the people you care about and the communities...

How to Stick to Your Creative Goals

The next time you worry that everything you want to do creatively has already been done by someone else, or feel anxious about the amount of time it will take for you to become...

Why Everyone Hopes You’ll Be the Hero

I walked into the small, yellow audition room and stopped twelve feet in front of the cheap, plastic, fold-out table…. Continue Reading The post Why Everyone Hopes You’ll Be the Hero appeared first on...