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Squidoo Creativity Group Update

Squidoo Creativity GroupThe Squidoo Creativity Group is a couple of weeks old and now features a range of excellent lenses. For now I’ve divided it into three categories:

Weird and Wonderful

Featuring Steve’s Creative Generalist lens, about his inspiring blog of the same name, Todd’s Creativity and the Creative Paradox, based on the book Orbiting the Giant Hairball by Gordon MacKenzie (which I’ve now added to my ‘to read’ list) and Rachel’s Vagaries, Whims and Fancies is a bit difficult to sum up but that’s part of it’s appeal. I found Russell’s Creative Spaces lens particularly interesting as I blogged about creative environments in the summer.

Creative Writing

Kimberly has put together a comprehensive c.v. of herself as an author as well as prompting you for The Next Big Idea for Your Book. Angela points us to lots of useful Resources for Writers, and Roshen orders us to Write That Damn Story!. Luckycharms is manager of an online article directory, so it’s worth paying attention to How to Create Content and Articles that Get Results. I’m in poets’ corner with my lens on Writing Poetry.

Visual Arts

Victoria and Elizabeth have both put together beautiful lenses about their artwork, and Mark showcases his photography service for dancers on the 2rightfeet lens.

INVITATION: Showcase Your Own Creativity in the Creativity Group
Squidoo is free and easy to use – You’re welcome to join the Creativity Group by making a lens about:

  • Your creative work
  • Your creative company or service (e.g. here’s my Coaching Creative Professionals lens)
  • Your creative hero
  • Creativity tips and techniques
  • Any other aspect of creativity

You can also vote in the poll – Creativity: Inspiration or Perspiration?

More about the group on my original blog post, and here’s the Squidoo FAQ. Any questions, let me know…

PS sorry for the blank ‘testing’ post earlier on… was trying out a new blog editor which seems a bit trigger happy!