Creativity | How to Get Yours On

Creativity | How to Get Yours On

 “Creativity is contagious. Pass it on.” — Albert Einstein

How to Break Out of a Creative Rut

The good folks at Copyblogger have come up with a new infographic. I could not resist passing it along to you. If you are interested in improving your internet writing and marketing skills, get on their email list.

Infographics are a relatively new, and very cool visual tool for turning data into information. In our ever increasing fast-paced lives, we long to know more than we have time to find and absorb great information. Infographics help fill the need.

How to Break Out of a Creative Rut
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Successful Art Careers Part Three Coming Up

Stay tuned for more the third installment of my Successful Art Careers | How to Make Yours Happen. I will have it up this coming weekend.

Read Part One Here  |||  Read Part Two Here

Thanks to all the attendees of my Art Marketing workshops last week in Albuquerque and Santa Fe. Your enthusiastic participation and active feedback were great and much appreciated!

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About Barney Davey

I am an art marketing author, consultant, blogger and podcaster. I enjoy helping others understand and reach their potential. Follow me on twitter.com/barneydavey.com and check out my art marketing e-store at barneydavey.com/products

Comments

  1. nice post

  2. I have often been guilty of the “collecting too much information” fault. There comes a point where you have to stop paying attention to other people’s creations and come up with your own.

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