By: Ms. Poonam Sharma | Jan 15, 2011 Creativity refers to visualization by a person to create something new, to generate new ideas, to invent and discover unchartered paths and to show a road map to achieve better results
By: Mahendra K Patidar | Dec 28, 2010 I was born in an era, where education is not as expensive and competitive as today. But today the things are changed. All education providers are diverted from their principle duties, which I think that they should do. The only purpose behind today’s education is making money, as maximum as you can. I think this is the only profession which completely converted from service to Business. The only
By: Harry Warman | Dec 21, 2010 Like any practice, or skill, the art of creative visualization can be better developed through regular, active exercise. The following exercises will help you fine-tune your creative skills of creative visualization.
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By: Gary Hipworth | Oct 25, 2010 Have you ever thought there must be a better way to live than the one you are living right now? Well, if you learn how to be a creator - by this I mean, not a painter or a musician, but a life artist - then you can change your life any time you want. It just takes learning some new skills and a dollop of courage.
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