Posted by: Liz Massey | July 7, 2010

Surf’s Up, Condensed: Top Creativity Links for July 7, 2010

Photo courtesy of SXC.

How Deep Goes Your Creative Well? – Creative Juices Arts
Chris Zydel, writing on her own blog, discusses internal battles with her muse over her blog post output and her struggle to trust her writing voice. Insightful!

A Secret Tip to Becoming a Better Photographer
Brian Auer, author of Epic Edits, says the best way to discover oneself as a photographer is to become a photo editor, and he suggests several avenues where one can get started as a photo editor.

Cello Centered: There’s a Cello App for That!
Maricello discusses the rapid multiplication of iPhone and iPad applications, and finds that she can find apps to replace her camera, tuner, metronome, stopwatch, audio recorder, and video recorder. Sheet music and music stands may be next! Very funny, slightly tongue-in-cheek post!

The Gulf Oil Spill – A Lesson in Failure to Innovate
James Todhunter, writing on his Innovating to Win blog, discusses his view of the disaster and how it is being handled. He asserts that the mistakes being made by BP and the Obama Administration mirror those made by companies that can’t sustain viable innovation programs.

7 reflection tools for navigating the unknown and exploring new territory
Michelle James, CEO of The Center for Creative Emergence and founder of the Capitol Creativity Network, blogging on, offers 7 tools that can help nurture an attitude of exploration and facilitate creative ideation.

BlissChick: Aging & Bravery
Christine Claire Reed, writing on her blog, discusses what turning 40, and listening to the wisdom of aging, has done for her creativity, which is centered in dance and movement disciplines. She opens the floor to readers to share what aging has taught them, and the comments are also bracing and inspiring!


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