Do you consider yourself to be a creative coach? Many of us struggle to consider ourselves as innovative and creative, but creativity is like a muscle and can be developed by anyone with practice.
Here are our top five articles about bringing more creativity into your coaching business for greater engagement, insights, and breakthroughs with your clients.
The Art of Creativity
By D. Goleman, P. Kaufman
“Has this ever happened to you? You’re out for a jog, completely relaxed, your mind a pleasant blank. Then all of a sudden the solution to a problem you’ve been mulling over for weeks pops into your head. You can’t help but wonder why you didn’t think of it before.
In such moments you’ve made contact with the creative spirit…” Read More
4 Techniques to Unlock Creativity, Including Saying ‘Yes’
By Alan Zeichick
“Next time you hear a bad idea in the office, try saying ‘Yes.’ Instead, try replying with a positive ‘Yes and …?’ Ask encouraging follow-up questions—not to point out your colleague’s flawed thinking, but to help create a collaborative environment. Build a process that fosters creativity and imagination, and see where that leads…” Read More
Five Daily Habits To Unleash Your Creativity In 2020
By Gabriella Goddard
“Everyone has creative potential. The key to unlocking it is a daily practice. According to a recent analysis by LinkedIn, the most in-demand soft skill that companies looked for in 2019 was creativity. In our fast-changing world, organizations need people who can ideate, disrupt and innovate in order to solve problems and accelerate growth. Creativity is like a muscle. The more you use it, the better it gets.
Here are five ways you can cultivate your creativity every day…” Read More
The Ultimate Guide for Becoming an Idea Machine
By James Altucher
“If your idea muscle atrophies, then even at your lowest point you won’t have any ideas.
Ideas are the currency of life. Not money. Money gets depleted until you go broke. But good ideas buy you good experiences, buy you better ideas, buy you better experiences, buy you more time, save your life…” Read More
3 Surprising Ideas for Raising Your Business Creativity
By Molly St. Louis
“If innovation is the implementation of creativity, it makes sense that, to stay innovative, you need to stay creative. Easy, right? Well, not if you’re a normal person. In fact, even Jack White, a successful creative if ever there was one, admitted that you can’t keep the creative juices flowing all the time, in his 2009 documentary Under the Great White Northern Lights. So, how do you stay creative in a competitive business environment?” Read More
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