Posts Tagged ‘Creativity’

Thanks to Connie Harryman, CEO of  Applied Concepts Creativity, Inc. http://www.AppliedConceptsCreativity.com in Greenville for providing the links to two videos of interviews with Dr. Sidney Parnes, hosted by Gregg Farley. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yClcWcPf0HA&feature=share  this is the link to Part 1 of the interview, and then…
Part 2 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WgmNXz7_JA4&feature=related 

Dr. Parnes, is Professor Emeritus of Creative Studies, Buffalo State College. He is co-developer of the Osborn-Parnes Creative Problem Solving (CPS) process.

This is very interesting and exciting, After watching both parts of the interview, even though it’s only the high level explanation of the course, I decided to work on opening my mind to finding  creative ways to accomplish the goals I’ve set for my life. These are major goals and will be life changing. I am excitedly eager for it to begin.

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The writer, the written and the writing tool

Image by Ravages via Flickr

I was speaking with an artist in Greenville the other day and he was asking about my writing. I mentioned my struggle with getting quality time to let my imagination and pen to flow freely. He agreed it is a dilemma for so many artists and writers.

Ah! if only I could win the lottery and hire a Tony (as in Who’s The Boss) to do the housework, run errands, do the cooking 🙂 Then I would have loads of time to dream, imagine, create, write; and work on other things.
Well at least I can DREAM 🙂

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