Helping People All Over the World to be More Creative
The Stars Are Not Made of Fire is founded on the idea that creativity is not haphazard. We can develop our own creative practice and habits to spur our creativity. It doesn’t matter if we use that creativity for writing, art, business, coding, making academic breakthroughs, or living our life more fully.
Too often we are told that creativity is something magic.
- “The idea came out of nowhere.”
- “My muse blessed me.”
- “The ideas were just really flowing.”
But creativity is not a form of magic. You can take specific actions and develop the skill of being creative. This blog will show you how.
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These posts are about creativity, research about creativity and the mind, actions and habits to develop a creative practice, and information about starting a creativity support group.
These posts are about people who offer inspiration such as authors, artists, poets, uppity women, and innovators.
There are many ways to express creativity. You can exercise your creativity and express yourself through writing, art, photography, coding, problem solving and many more. These are posts offering information about some the different ways to exercise your creativity.