Scott Dikkers discusses comedy, the creative process, and life lessons learned playing peekaboo.
Your whole body is part of the instrument.
Thomas Edison was on to something...
Take a hint from Einstein and Mozart — unplug and make peace with some degree of failure.
Delay the instant gratification of online knowledge and first seek out the wisdom within yourself.
Try writing a novel without using the letter "e."
Only humans can voluntarily conjure new objects and events in our minds.
As improving biotech offers us longevity, we can prepare to live much better as we age.
A thesaurus isn’t to find big and fancy words, but a resource to help you find your rhythm.
Unlock the full potential of your creativity with holistic detachment. This is the way of the editor.
By developing skills like divergent thinking and collaboration in the workforce, creativity training has the potential to unlock revolutionary ideas.
Creative people are better able to engage brain systems that don’t typically work together.
How do we deal with information overload and unlock creativity? Build a second brain.
People engage in creative thinking every day, whether they realize it or not.
When boredom creeps in, many of us turn to social media. But that may be preventing us from reaching a transformative level of boredom.
From health to leadership abilities, a good sense of humor can help improve many aspects of life.
When your passion becomes your day job, sometimes the day job becomes a chore.
People think that unhappiness causes our minds to wander, but what if the causation goes the other way?
When you don’t know what you’re looking for, it’s easier to miss it.
Who should be compensated?
Being more creative doesn’t require a ‘Muse.’ It’s about pairing intelligence and imagination.
Elastic thinking can reveal the assumptions that hamstring our ability to solve seemingly intractable problems.
Can stories help us become more creative?