Posts by Craig Daniels

Creativity Expands Business

creativity expands business

Creativity gives your business a huge advantage over your competition by propelling innovation forward and while this may sound like hyperbole, I want to assure you it’s not. Just creating an intention of embracing creativity gives you a step up, you see, most businesses give creativity lip service or totally ignore it altogether. You’re Either…

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Multitasking Myths Exposed + Why Productivity Loss is Huge

People jump on the multitasking bandwagon for a variety of reasons, perception of becoming more productive tops of the list. And while evidence exists that a small percentage of people <2% may be in the Supertasker category those of us remaining would do well to not deceive ourselves. My goal in creating the Multitasking Myths…

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Top Leadership Blogs for 2015

With only a couple of days left before 2014 fades into the background I think creating a new resource for 2015 is in order. My choice is the Top Leadership Blogs of 2015 and I hope you find the list offers you a wealth of tips, ideas and can be a continuing resource for the…

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Portable Muse: Jumpstart Your Creativity

Maybe a book is your muse or maybe it’s a video or some snippet of music known only to you, it doesn’t matter what inspires you. Today the Portable Muse is a reality that is just a click away. How extraordinary to be sitting on a mountain top writing or drawing when you engage with…

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Thinking About Leadership

Someone recently commented that the definition of Leadership is a murky place, I smiled as I thought about what she’d just said, and she’s right it is a murky place. Today there are thousands of coaches and agencies selling their expertise in Leadership and becoming a Leader, yet the field is more like a witch’s…

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Off The Shelf Innovation – Jugaad On The Rise

Western Innovation often brings to mind endless brainstorming sessions or shadowy figures toiling away late at night behind blackened windows located in small suburban garages. The innovation zeitgeist we are led to believe is churning deep within our corporations and within geeky brilliant entrepreneurs hoping to create the next big thing. But what if the…

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Mindfulness Enhances Life’s Colors

From the kitchen door I see the long expanse of freshly cut lawn bordered to north by a stone wall, it appears to have been erected hastily more of an afterthought than a well thought out plan. To the east across the deeply green lawn is a large grove of trees that hides a spring-fed…

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Innovation Living in Obscurity

Often an innovative idea spends most of its time in the shadows of obscurity being tended to by its creator but never touched or gazed upon by the rest of the world.  Writers are one such group, they pound the keys daily for hours knowing full well that their innovative ideas are more likely to…

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Is Innovation Really Dead?

Innovation is one subject that I can read about for hours without hitting the fabled wall of boredom. It seems everyone has an opinion about just what Innovation is all about and how we should go about implementing it, both in our personal and professional lives. Recently I came across a blog post with a…

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