Creativity

Creativity

By Quiet Revolution

Finding the Quiet to Create

The truth behind great thinkers – and how to inspire your own creativity.

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Creativity

By Marzi

9 Ways to Explain Your Introversion

Don’t want to talk? Just show these pictures instead.

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Creativity

By Leigh Stringer

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Why a 30-Hour Workweek Is Good for Business

Businesses are missing out on a competitive advantage, one that also has individual benefits.

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Creativity

By Neil Pasricha

The 4 S’s of Meaningful Work

You don’t actually want to retire. Here’s why.

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Creativity

By Quiet Revolution

Tap Into Your Creativity for Quiet Revolution’s Art Challenge

Our manifesto, your art!

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Creativity

By Arnie Kozak

How to Find Creative Possibilities in the Present

Who knew? A raisin is your ticket to mindfulness.

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Creativity

By Brian Gresko

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The Art and Craft of Quiet Creativity

Can you really connect while staying invisible?

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Creativity

By Liz Fosslien and Mollie West

3 Ways to Hack Your Environment to Help You Create

Is your workspace letting your creativity escape?

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Creativity

By Liz Fosslien and Mollie West

4 Ways to Make Space in Your Brain to Create

Think you need to look externally to find your muse? Think again.

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Creativity

By Heidi Kasevich, PhD

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There’s More to Class Participation Than Raising Hands

What if class participation was measured by different standards?

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Creativity

By Susan Cain

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Why Writing an Introverted Character Is Hard, and Why You Must Do It Anyway

Representation in our stories matters.

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Creativity

By Susan Cain

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Why Creative People Are Rarely Seen as Leaders

What happens when you “hire good people and leave them alone.”

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Creativity

By Susan Cain

Young people at the office

Three Steps to a Rich Inner Life—at Work

Did you know that performance is driven by people’s “inner lives”—how they think and feel about their work?

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Creativity

By Adam McHugh

Gift with multi-colored polka dots | The Gifts of Introversion

The Gifts of Introversion

It seems that extroversion gets to be defined by what it is, but introversion is too often defined by what it isn’t.

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