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Fresh Asphalt Article
12/29/2015 - 1:06pm

Cooking can greatly increase creativity and mindfulness of day to day activities. Whether you are cooking something as simple as an egg, or something as extravagant as Cranberry, Brie, and Prosciutto Crostini with Balsamic Glaze, cooking will help get those creative juices flowing.

In the following article from BUSINESS INSIDER, Author and contributor Faisal Hoque delves deeper into the subject of cooking as a way to boost creativity:

Blog Post
12/19/2015 - 5:50pm

For many people, conflict is an occurrence that is to be avoided at all costs. It is uncomfortable. It provokes anxiety and at times anger. Conflict is seen as the enemy. But to others, conflict is the conduit through which progress flows. When two people give and take in order to produce the best possible product, conflict is directing their actions. This is known as constructive conflict.

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12/04/2015 - 2:08pm

Music has been around for centuries. Ever since the Earth began, either by creation or evolution, whatever you believe, people have celebrated their gods with music, even if it was just chants and banging on a container or rock.

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12/03/2015 - 2:46pm

 

Through my high school career I have always dreamt of writing a book. I had in fact fulfilled this dream and written three books: Dark Dreams, Dark Illusions, and Dark Realities. Sadly these books didn’t sell more than two copies each.

Fresh Asphalt Article
12/01/2015 - 3:09pm

Creativity can be very difficult to manage or find at times. I know this from experience. As I searched the web attempting to find something to spark my creativity I chanced upon an article called  "7 Ways to Boost Creativity"  that actually spoke about ways to boost creativity. This article gives the reader seven different ways to boost their creativity and to help the flow of thought move better and at a more constant pace.

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11/30/2015 - 8:46pm

On October 1st, I went to see Sue Monk Kiss. Although she was the third author I had seen in person, and not the last, she was the most enthralling. She spoke in Cascia Hall in Tulsa, but, with almost no effort at all, rivaled its beauty, elegance and grace.