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By David Burkus
We trust our hard drives and journals with our most precious creative output. This is what happened when Toy Story 2, U2, and John Steinbeck lost their work.
J.R.R. Tolkien, C.S. Lewis, and why we all need a creative support group.
From "Iron Man" to "Citizen Kane" great creatives understand that relative advantage, compatibility, complexity, trialability, and observability are what get work noticed.
Channeled properly, negative emotions can actually boost your creative output.
Environments like coffee shops can help boost our thinking ability (as long as they're not too loud). Here are 6 tools to help you amp up your productivity when you can't get out of the office.
Stay active on your outposts and push people back to your home base.
Why we should accept promotions based on skill sets, not job titles.
Find the problem your clients' client is facing and innovation will follow.
With a few small changes in your mindset, you can turn rejection into a dramatic boost for your motivation and focus.
How can we produce great ideas again and again? New research suggests that healthy criticism is an essential ingredient in the brainstorming process.
Everybody says they want more creativity, but do they really? An inherent bias against uncertainty may be at the core of our fear of new ideas.