Check out, like, and follow our Facebook page (if you don’t already). And look at it often. Ian Rosenfeldt has been doing an awesome job of posting snippets and articles that link creativity to dreams, or sometimes just about one or the other. It’s definitely lifted our Facebook page to a new level. Please have a look (or another look …
Mindcamper Hamzah had so much fun making his hovercraft during the Mindcamp Reverse Garbage session that he continued to improve it when he got home. Here is the result, as presented and explained by the engineer himself!
There must have been some magic in the early morning Writing Freely sessions at Mindcamp this year. Facilitated by Maggie Dugan, a self-declared non-morning person, attendance grew with each passing day. We were almost a full house by the time Sunday’s writing exercises got underway.
If the principles of improv lead to making great scenes, why wouldn’t they also lead to building a great life?
We need to re-learn how to dream and use our creativity to drive change rather than submitting ourselves to being passengers in a world led by others.
We are often so eager to seek solutions, we forget to ask questions that might lead us to some creative ideas that will really work for us. Investing a bit of time prior to doing the actual solving could show a huge payoff in the future and save you from big mistakes and wasted time.