Feeling creatively stifled? This quick two minute video gives you 29 terrific ideas for keeping the creative juices flowing.
I used several of these ideas to break through a recent case of writer’s block. Which ones did you find helpful? Are there any tips you would add to the list?
Perfect timing! This is just what I needed to get inspired! Thank you. 🙂
Great! Glad to hear it Jennifer!
How! I love the video. Informative and creative. Glad to click the tweet link. So blessing.
Is there a transcript of this? I want one!
Wow 20 likes! That’s a new record for me. Thanks everyone.
@Jared — I had considered doing a transcript, but then I thought people might not watch the video, and I knew they’d be missing out. I find the music to be delightful; a perfect accompaniment to the message.
@yoda — Thanks for tweeting it out there! So glad you enjoyed it.
I would love to watch the video, but unfortunately they no longer work on my computer. So I wish you had a transcript too. I miss out on so much valuable information because I can’t watch videos anymore.
Hi Diana, sorry to hear you can’t watch videos. Yes, I can imagine that you’re missing out on a lot! You can find a transcript of the 29 ways, here:
Thank you Trevor. For your words and the link. That list is very familiar to me Not seeing it, but rather in my experiences. I’ve done many of them. #11 – I’ve found that Twitter is a great place to be around creative people.:)
Hey Diana, my pleasure. Twitter, hey? I’m still cracking the code on that one. Great to hear you’ve had some good results. Course, it might help if I actually put my twitter icon on my blog. 🙂
You forgot “smoke crack!”
Yup, that’s the one that always works for me! 🙂
Twitter is great. I don’t follow many people nor do I have a lot of followers, but quality matters more to me than quantity. And I’ve “met” some pretty awesome people there.
Yeah, putting an icon on your blog could help. 🙂