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Here are the Editor's Picks articles for the Creativity Site! These are the top ten articles that your Creativity Editor feels are most important for you to read. Enjoy!
1. IQ and the 8 Creative Intelligences
Your IQ is much more than a numerical measurement of the things you know. There are 8 creative intelligences and you are a unique blend of two or more of them. They help define who you are, your likes and dislikes. This article will give you an introduction to them. Come, discover for yourself.
2. How to Write
Do you want to write a novel, non-fiction, a book of poetry, etc.? Want to improve your for success? If you answered yes this article will help you take the first steps to realizing your dream.
3. Inspirational Creativity Quotes
You're sure to find a few quotes in this section that will inspire you. Post them in a spot where you'll see them to give you a boost. “You can't wait for inspiration. You have to go after it with a club.” - Jack London.
4. IQ and Social Intelligence
Are others drawn to you? Do you make friends easily and establish rapport with others quickly? Would others describe you as friendly and outgoing? These are just a few of the traits of social intelligence. This article explores the facets of social intelligence and how to develop it.
5. 20 Creative Activities for Couples
This article has 20 creative activities that you and your partner can do together to take you out of the ordinary routine.
6. Creating a Inspirational Vision Board
A vision board is usually a poster board that you paste or collage images that you’ve torn out from various magazines. It’s a fun way to learn about your desires and dreams and creating one is one of the quickest ways that I know to tap powerfully into your creativity!
7. Inspirational Words as Home Décor
Words connect us, they bring pictures and memories into our minds. When considering what art and decorations to use in your home, why not include some words that are special to you also?
8. Marbling paper
Since the article about making an Artist Trading Card (ATC or ACEO) with an origami owl, I’ve been asked about the marbling of the paper I used for the owl itself, so this article briefly covers marbling because the results can be so useful for so many things.
9. Myers Briggs Type Indicator Creative Person
The "creative" person in the Myers Briggs Type Indicator personality test falls in the INFJ category.
10. Brainstorming with Bubble Diagramming
When creative writing, bubble diagramming helps you brainstorm ideas before transferring ideas to your final piece.
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