Posts Tagged ‘Creativity’
March
5
2012

by Elmarie Bouwer Imagine that you’re lying on a sun drenched beach in your favourite spot, sipping pina coladas. While watching the surf and local talent in a lazy daze, every little bit of disproportionate body fat you have starts dissolving away as if by magic. If you’re a guy, your six-pack and calves magically [...]

February
20
2012

by Elmarie Bouwer Tell me again – why is the subject of creativity important when all I’m interested in is business success? Because creativity underlies all successful business functions! And what you believe about creativity is directly going to influence that very success you’re so interested in! That’s why.  *****   “All he ever does [...]

February
6
2012

by Elmarie Bouwer  Yes, you are. Even if you deny it, don’t feel it, can’t really care or maybe accept the fact but can’t be bothered with it. Even… The boring bits… Mountains of research indicate that everyone is creative. For example, well known creativity guru, Kobus Neethling1, quotes research done on toddlers wherein 98% [...]

January
30
2012

by Elmarie Bouwer Slowly the lump of brown wet earth forms into the recognizable limbs and torso of a manikin. With every caress, the deliberate pinches and touches of the artist morphs into the image of a child. When fully done, she takes a patina knife and deliberately starts slashing multiple crisscross gashes into the [...]

July
22
2011

A SUCCESSFUL ENTREPRENEUR MUST BE A STRATEGIC THINKER You ability to think strategically is of utmost importance in order to grow your business from small to big. The ability to think strategically is not rocket science; it is simply something you have to do, if you know how to do it. Strategic thinking is, simply, [...]

June
28
2010

- Compiled and written by Entrepreneurial Business School – New ideas and initiatives are part and parcel of entrepreneurship/intrapreneurship.  As a matter of fact, a person can only be called an entrepreneur if he or she is actively involved in one or more of the following kind of activities: v      The introduction of a new [...]