of Recommended Websites and Blogs
Creativity and Innovation
and Blogs Recommended
to Help You Be More Innovative
Thinking Like a Genius: Adapted from
Thinking Like a Genius by : Michalko,
Michael: Eight strategies used by the super creative, from Aristotle and Leonardo
to Einstein and Edison.
Enough: News, But Not the Serious Kind. These true news stories from
around the world remind you to take life a little less seriously.
Benefits of an Economic
Recession: This Website will help you see the positives of a recession and
help you survive a recession if your sense of humor is still intact.
EscapeArtist.com: Reduce Workplace Boredom by Fantasizing
about Living Where You Want To Live, Living How You Want To Live, and Making Money Doing It! Heck, You
May Even Not Just Fantasize about All These and Do All of Them.
43 Things - Are
you a Newness-seeking Self-improving Tree Hugger? Take the 43 Things Personality Quiz and find out.
43 Things.com can also be a great way to achieve your goals. You can post your aspirations for all
your co-workers to see. Your goals can include such things as win the lottery (fat
chance), become a millionaire (fat chance again) and retire early (only if you read
How to Retire, Happy,
Wild, and Free).
The Idler: Besides being a website, The
Idler is a bi-annual, book-shaped magazine that campaigns against the work
ethic. It was founded in 1993 by Tom Hodgkinson and his friend Gavin
Pretor-Pinney. The intention of the website and the magazine is to
return dignity to the art of loafing, to make idling into something to aspire towards rather than
The Joy of
Not Working: Features the World's Second Best Retirement Book, in
fact, The Joy of Not Working is a book for the retired, unemployed, and overworked. Real
life success stories about people not working, 25 reasons to retire early, and retirement quotes,
letters, jokes, and poems.
Organization: is a world-wide,
non-governmental association of persons and organizations dedicated to discovering and fostering
those conditions best permitting leisure instead of work to serve as a force for human
growth, development, and well-being.
Habits: With a Zen flavour, this Blog covers subjects such
as achieving goals, productivity, being organized, motivation, eliminating debt, saving, getting a
flat stomach, eating healthy, simplifying, living frugal, happiness, and successfully implementing
The School of Life: Great Ideas to
Live By. Particularly for people who live in London, The School of Life is a new social enterprise
offering good ideas for everyday living. Based in a small shop in Central London this small
enterprise offers a variety of programs and services concerned with how to live wisely and well.
You can also join their group on Facebook.
Note: This webpage of websites and blogs on Creativity and
help you be more creative and innovative has just been started and will be expanded over time to
include many more.
Ernie J. Zelinski, Author of The World's Best Retirement
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