Friday Five: Sparking Creativity


Ready to get your creative mojo on??  

Brought to you by The Imagineers (as in Disney), here are 5 ways to bring it:

5.   Allow yourself to be a kid again and let the fun and fearlessness of childlike creativity set you free! (Kevin Rafferty)

4.   Avoid blank walls. Cover them with artwork, photographs, quotes, whatever fuels your fire ….   (Steve Spiegel)

3.   Try:  a stack of blank, multicolor index cards and… a few felt tip markers. Doodle. Think. Doodle. Pin those cards to a wall or storyboard and step back. (Steve Spiegel)

2.   Ask What if …. and listen for what comes next.  Everything is fair game. (Pam Fisher)

1.  Keep an open mind whenever something, for whatever reason, doesn’t seem to fit. Listen to your gut. (Bruce Vaughn)

Want to read more? Check out ….

for lots of great ideas! 

Looking for more? Click [here] to find “26 Ways to Get your Brainzooming” –  compiled by Mike Brown over at Brainzooming, a place devoted to innovative business.

And what would a post about creativity be without creativity guru, Sir Ken Robinson…[here].

What’s your favorite way to spark creativity??

Have a wonderfully creative weekend,

~ Robin
Engaging learners through purpose and understanding, because learning is lifelong and boring is not an option!

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