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We'll talk with Jeff Smithson about bringing play, creativity and clown to learning, work and healing. Plus, find out how the developmental power of play can improve communication and create flourishing communities. Jeff is the founder of Proponent of Play, which creates safe atmospheres for people to develop through mindfulness and movement. He's also worked with kids with chronic and life-threatening illnesses as part of The Big Apple Circus Clown Care program and Paul Newman’s The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp.
FROM THE SHOW: Listen to our full interview -- and create and share your own #eyesshutselfportrait?, created with your eyes closed! Post to our Creativity in Play page at https://www.facebook.com/CreativityinPlay!
We'll talk with writer Cheryl Merrill about her applied creativity work documenting elephants in Africa, as well as her forthcoming book, Larger than Life, Living in the Shadows of Elephants. Find out what elephants have to teach us about creativity, learning, writing ... and being human.
Cheryl writes about her experience with elephants: "Together. Inhabiting the earth. Lives enlarged."
Special Guest: Peter Totterdill, Researcher, Consultant and Policy Advocate for workplace innovation and Chief Executive of The UK Work Organisation Network
Great organisations understand that a continual stream of ideas is a vital resource for improvement and innovation. Creativity is an everyday behaviour, with employees actively encouraged to contribute ways of improving the organisation through new products and business streams or better ways of working.
Based on past experience of the value of knowledge-sharing, the Creative Workplace Group is being established as a small, closed network of inspiring organisations from different sectors. Each is committed to building creative, versatile and productive places to work, and to sharing experiences and problems with other members.
The Creative Workplace Group will be facilitated by Professor Peter Totterdill, an international researcher, consultant, speaker, national and EU policy advisor and passionate advocate for better ways of working. Peter has been facilitating networks and stimulating creative discussions for most of his career, building bridges between academic knowledge and practice.
Join Life Coach Ade for "Your Power to Create and ReCreate" on the LifeConversationsRadio.com for Ask Life Coach Ade Radio Show
"Create or perish is the eternal mandate of nature. Be constructive or become frustrated, is an equal demand. You cannot escape the conclusion that whatever this thing is which is seeking expression through everything, it can find satisfactory outlet only through constructive and life-giving creative-ness." ~ Ernest Holmes from This Thing Called You.
The power to create and re-create is your birthright. Your soul is calling you to yield to this life-giving power on a daily basis. Every challenge is an invitation to activate your creativity. Say YES and be the change your desire to see.
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This show will shift your consciousness. Empower you to create a space and a place for inspiration, transformation and healing.
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NOTE: Recorded Sunday April 26, 2015
Are You Applying Tension To Where You Are Today And Where You Could Be Tomorrow
In 2011 when I had an opportunity to "jump" the opportunity to partner with John C. Maxwell opened and I was prepared to walk-through.Benefits Of Applying Tension:
Few People Want to Stretch
Settling for the Status Quo
Stretching Always Starts from the Inside Out
Stretching Requires Change
Stretching Sets You Apart from Others
Stretching Becomes a Lifestyle
Stretching Gives You a Shot at Significance
I truly believe everyone can have a life of significance it just takes a bit of applied pressure to stretch into something more!
Apply tension to your Keep It Simple Silly Strategic plan and think about what significant action you could take if only you become what you could be. Dream big, and set this as your lifetime goal! ! Not sure where to start , please feel free to contact me!
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Join us for today's show on creativity. Here we talk all about what creativity is, how to have more of it, what gets in your way, how to work with this incredible, inspirational energy, and how it can become stronger, deeper, and better through the years. You are a creative gem, you know. You are here to bring something vital into this world and your version of this can only come through you. In this show, we talk about how to get yourself ready for and use this remarkable gift.
Jesse interviews Lewis Harrison - creator of Applied Game Theory. Lewis is a best seeling author of books on personal development; a meditation teacher; practical philosopher; contemporary spiritual teacher; and the host of a radio show "That was Zen, This is Tao: that broadcasts weekly through an NPR (National Public Radio) affiliated station. Lewis has been a leading force in the self help and human potenital movement since the last 1960's and still considers himself to be a young student. We will be lookingn at Lewis' work in Applied Game Theory and Enlightement. You can learn more about his work at www.chihealer.com
Clare Hedin: www.clarehedin.com
Do you consider yourself to be creative? Do you think creativity is reserved for the lucky few who have certain skills and talents? It’s amazing how often people are quick to declare themselves as not creative simply because they don’t paint or play an instrument or do something else that is artistic. Creativity is something we all possess, whether we realize it or not. While we may not show creativity in artistic expression, it’s in there. And creativity is an essential ingredient to leading a healthy, happy, balanced life. Come listen to author, speaker, life coach, and singer/songwriter Krylyn Peters share:
Why Creativity is So Important to Good Emotional and Mental Health
What Really Gets in the Way of Being Creative
How to Tap Into Your Innate Creativity (Even if You Think You Don’t Have a Creative Bone in Your Body)
Krylyn Peter www.krylyn.com
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Join Dr. Angela Lauria of The Author Incubator as the interviews author Julia Roberts on the publishing of her book, Sex, Lies, and Creativity, which is her third book. It's actually an easy-to-read version of her Masters research, stripped of its academic opacity and made to sing, as she put it, For Roberts, it's more important to move the reader than to create an unassailable argument in a labored defensive style of writing. "It just flowed," she said about the writing of the book. "I knew the material and was writing it for the reader."
The best thing to come out of having this book, according to Roberts, was being on Bestseller status ontwo different lists: Creativity & Genius and Women's Studies.
Read more and get the transcript here: Writer Julia Roberts on The Author Incubator
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