Big Magic by Elizabeth Gilbert

I just finished Big Magic: Creative Living Beyond Fear by Elizabeth Gilbert and I love it. The book is about creative living, regardless of what you're creating. Whether you're a writer, painter, photographer, do pottery or anything else this book is inspiring. The book description at The Book Depository says: Readers of all ages and... Continue Reading →

Images and texts

Lots of images cross our ways online. Facebook is full of images, with or without inspirational texts. So are Pinterest, Instagram, Flickr, Tumblr and many more sites. When it comes to what an image awakes in us someone elses text often limit us, just like our text might limit others. Here's an image I really... Continue Reading →

You Don’t Call Me. I Call You

The business card below popped up on a friends wall on Facebook. It's a card with attitude and the story behind how it ended up in the press can be read at The Best Business Card Ever: A Warren Buffett Story, Starring His Girl Friday, Devon Spurgeon. The Huffington Post wrote about it too at... Continue Reading →

Michael Wolff – Intel Visual Life

This is a really interesting video, six minutes well spent. Michael Wolff talks about his three "muscles": Curiosity, Appreciation and Imagination. He says about cooking that "You never cook the same meal twice." That goes for other things too, a beginner's mind makes things fresh. Video: Intel Visual Life - Michael Wolff Source: Intel Visual... Continue Reading →

Zen Brush

I have bought Zen Brush and I really enjoy it. Enjoy performing zen art on your iPad or iPhone. Zen Brush is an app that allows you to easily enjoy the feeling of using an ink brush to write or to paint. It allows anyone to easily perform fluent strokes while not compromising on the... Continue Reading →

Turn Almost Anything Into a Whiteboard

Have you ever felt that your Whiteboard is too small for your ideas? There is a smart solution to that. Fast Company has an article about IdeaPaint: Turn Your Entire Office Into a Whiteboard. IdeaPaint turns virtually anything you can paint on into a dry-erase surface. Your creativity is the limit, paint walls or tables... Continue Reading →

Creative Business Valuation

37Signals posts a press release stating that 37SIGNALS VALUATION TOPS $100 BILLION AFTER BOLD VC INVESTMENT. The press release starts like this: 37signals is now a $100 billion dollar company, according to a group of investors who have agreed to purchase 0.000000001% of the company in exchange for $1. Founder Jason Fried describes one way... Continue Reading →

Let limitations guide you to creative solutions

I came across this text in "Motivating Yourself - Heroes, Role Models & Rivals" which links to the source at Embrace Constraints (37signals) Let limitations guide you to creative solutions There’s never enough to go around. Not enough time. Not enough money. Not enough people. That’s a good thing. Instead of freaking out about these... Continue Reading →

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