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PostHeaderIcon Create…Creative…Creativity?

So when was the last time you really created something new? Yesterday? Last week? Last year? It is easy to fall into a slump and just go on with things how they are. After all, it is comfortable. Change is hard. And creativity can feel like something from the deep dark past of your childhood.

Well, Scott Ginsberg has done it again. This post at HELLO My name is BLOG! really struck me as important:

17 Ways to Out-Create Your Competition

I really is important to bring some new and fresh to the world. It keeps your current customer interested, and maybe someone that passed on your services in the past will give them a go this time around. Don’t feel comfortable with a lot of change at one time? Start small and work from there.

Now where did I put that construction paper and glue….

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