Create!

  • Choose to be Creative

    We are all born creative, so why many of us feel we are not? The choice is in our hands!

  • A Train, a Mouse, and a Young Woman

    A true story (and an imaginary one) about creativity (and train stations), a mouse (and alternate reality), and expecting the unexpected.

  • How Writer’s Block Led Me to A New Creative Path

    "I learned to see, think, and write differently. I learned the importance of letting go, taking risks, and experimentation. Comfort zones need to be challenged. Failure is useful." - Patricia Leavy

  • What Does It Take to Be A ‘Best-Selling Author’? Exactly $3 And 5 Minutes

    All you need to do to publish a best-selling book is take a selfie of your foot. Seriously.

  • Have Fun!

    Creativity is an elusive thing. Just when you need it most, it might decide to play hide and seek. But there is a way to invite Creativity back. Hint: the invitation must have FUN written all over it!

  • Get in Shape

    Getting in shape physically and improving creativity have much in common. Mainly, we are so good at making excuses as to why we can't do it!

  • Be Open

    Creativity does not start with a solution. It starts with a problem. Creativity is not a search for something someone else thought of - it's not a guessing game. Do all these brain-teasers we come across really have something to do with creativity?

  • Don’t Stop Me Now

    Recording cannot replace experiencing. Experiencing and connecting should always come first. So... don't stop me now!

  • Reality Check

    We are surrounded by technology that makes everything so efficient and immediate. Tasks that took us hours just a few years ago are now just a swipe away. We should have had tons of spare time thanks to this overwhelming efficiency. This era should have been a perfect opportunity for us to reconnect. And yet, many of us are constantly occupied with something. And this something usually involves some digital pieces of information being fired at us.

  • 5 Things I’ve Learned About Creativity

    Ideas seem much simpler when they are just a little voice in your head, but when you try to express them, you realize that they aren’t so clear cut. That can be frustrating, but it also gives you a chance to think things through in a more disciplined way.