by Mike McGuire
According to Albert Einstein “Imagination is more important than knowledge."
Imagination is our creativity, the two go hand in hand. If we increase our imagination and creativity, we’ll increase our intelligence. With this increased creativity and intelligence comes more confidence and optimism.
How do we increase creativity?
ANSWER: get writing!
What should I write about?
Pick a subject and write. Write about what you know. People want to learn from you. Others want to know about your knowledge to increase THEIR knowledge of YOUR subject. Watch the news and pick out the most interesting topic and write a page about that topic. Put your own creative spin on that topic and make it even more interesting.You don’t have to show anyone your writing, but in time you will as you’ll see yourself improve and be proud to show others what you have written.
With the two most important subjects (math and writing) in business, university and high school dependant upon creativity (right brain), how can anyone not want to develop their creative writing ability?
Every person CAN DEVELOP the ability to express their feelings through their writing. Every person deserves their writing to be respected. EVERYONE SHOULD PARTICIPATE IN creative WRITING TO DISCOVER, INSPIRE AND DEVELOP A CONFIDENCE THAT THEY WILL UTILIZE IN OTHER ENDEAVORS AND AMBITIONS THEY CHOOSE TO PURSUE.
About the author: screenwriter Michael Stephen McGuire’s website www.thewritersstimulus.com inspires people to participate in creative writing. McGuire's aim is to increase your creativity, get you to start writing and to train your brain. McGuire has been writing for twenty-five years. His screenplay, which is called BLUNT FORCE, was filmed in Mississippi in December 2012. Mike worked as a fire fighter for over 30 years in Vancouver, Canada, retiring as a Captain in 2009. Done with Increase Creativity? Go back to Guest Posts.
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