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It looks like the day is going to turn out better than you anticipated. Creative ideas and thinking are a feature of the morning and if you can afford some 'daydreaming' and thinking time take it, because some good ideas and pictures float through
August 2, 2010 Time out ... new research shows daydreaming can be productive. New research shows some types of optimistic daydreaming are productive, improve IQ and inspire resolve, writes Ainslie MacGibbon. The young Albert Einstein was more likely
If you think you have a knack for writing, put your creative juices to work and take part in next month's Fiction in a Nutshell contest. Here's how the Acorn's popular annual competition works: In 100 words or less, write a fiction story and e-mail
Gone are the days when “STORY TELLING” was considered as the best medium to convey wisdom and tradition from one generation to another. With the T.V, Computer and other means of enjoyment available to the children, the age-old
Yes, I worked for Chevron, now officially ChevronTexco and once known as Standard Oil of California. You have seen my work, though you don't see my name nor know that I had something to do with it. For a long time I worked in their "bindery"
Don't go to the solution, just yet. You are sitting at your desk. Your Job is to make things happen. You work for an oil company. You basically work for the executives. Money is no object. An executive's secretary
There's increasing evidence that letting your mind off the leash can be even more productive than focusing on a problem. Sherlock Holmes knew this: when faced with a tricky case, he would stare into space, allowing his brain to drift until it made
I should be studying. I have an exam thats related to my career as a doctor in two weeks, and I just found a possible outlet for my biggest passion of all: artistic expression. Now while I'm not deluded enough to think that
In the past, daydreaming was often considered a failure of mental discipline, or worse...Neuroscientists complained that the rogue bursts of activity on brain scans kept interfering with their studies of more important mental functions. But now that
One of the most unconventional British artists, Ken McMullen, has created a film pushing the boundaries of imagination to the point where illusions and dreams conquer the mind of the viewer.