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Handouts and Infographics

Use Images to Spark Creativity. Infographic of ways to work pictures into creative practice.

Need a Creativity Boost? Try Using Provocations. A way to escape the usual ways of thinking to bring depth and interest to your stories. 

Need a Creativity Boost? Try This Word Clustering Exercise. A way to explore words and stimulate thinking about story ideas.​​​

Need a Creativity Boost? Try This Easy 7 Ways Exercise.
A way to come up with new ideas and solve problems.



My newsletters (starting with the Sept. 2019 issue) ​always explore a creativity topic. 

Over the years, I have become a student of creative thinking and problem-solving. This began in my work in healthcare improvement and innovation, migrated to my writing life and often influences my family life as well. I teach and facilitate on creative thinking whenever I can. Here's the thing I've learned: it's best if you deliberately nurture and practice it. This doesn't have to involve sweeping efforts or disappearing to a cabin in the woods (or the beach, if that's your thing). It's mainly small acts of deliberate creativity woven into our days. As with anything, the more we practice, the more it becomes habit and the way we approach our work and life. As children and as adults, you will ask why not?, what if? and how can we? more often and contribute unique thinking to the world.


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Downloads: Creative Thinking