Idea Incubator 3: Risk – the dark side of creativity

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This series has spun off into its own blog-pub, Idea Initiators. It is updated, polished and expanded. As a self-seminar, it is guaranteed to improve your focus, leveraging, and originality.

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Ideas are nurtured by context and questions. Idea Incubator is an experimental self-seminar, like an online workbook. This series is to enhance ideas or help you develop new ones.

Installments are based on discussions with exemplary professionals—all invited because of their wisdom. Then I crafted the best quotations, giving you the essence and ways to explore the topic further through short downloadable articles.

See the developing series of Idea Incubators.

Liane Sebastian, illustrator, designer, writer, and publishing pioneer

 

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4 Responses to “Idea Incubator 3: Risk – the dark side of creativity”

  1. Susan Davis Says:

    Good thoughts about risk-taking leading to a destiny path of joy but do focus on tapping into our intuition as a daily spiritual practice. The sages say “the body never lies” and that is the truth. Our most trusted advisor is our own intuition!

  2. wisdomofwork Says:

    Thanks Susan. It seems that when we use our inituition regularly, it becomes stronger–like a muscle. And, perhaps we connect faster to this inner voice the more we use it. Further, I think not only does our prosperity depend on it, but so does our health! Thanks again for all of your wise words! Liane

  3. Idea Incubator 9: The Creative Compass « Wisdomofwork's Blog Says:

    […] the best target audience and their behavior– contemplates wisdom from Melissa Giovagnoli #3: “Risk: The Dark Side of Creativity” –formulate plans that mitigate or use risks to advantage– comments on wisdom from Susan […]

  4. Idea Incubator 24: Emotions as Creative Guideposts « Wisdomofwork's Blog Says:

    […] energy. #2: “Marketing to Match” Focus on the best target audience and their behavior. #3: “Risk: The Dark Side of Creativity” Formulate plans that mitigate or use risks to advantage. #4: “Master Things to Do” Organize […]

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