Monthly Archives: June 2010

NEWS: Bulgaria tour for creativity expert

Andy Green is Bulgaria bound – doing a weeklong tour of creativity events in the country’s capital Sofia. The hectic schedule will feature talks to business groups, communicators, creative groups, and students. Continue reading

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Can flexible thinking save the English football team?

English football is suffering a low point (yet again!) The team’s poor performance in the World Cup has brought the football pundits knives out against England manager Fabio Capello. Criticisms of a too rigid 4-4-2 system, or that he is … Continue reading

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World Cup provides a great opportunity for your creativity

The World Cup is an outstanding opportunity to boost your creativity and come up with great new ideas according to Andy Green. The feast of football can be harnessed as a carnival for personal creativity claims the Andy and he … Continue reading

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Don’t call me ‘Chevy’

It appears the owners of Chevrolet do not like the nickname ‘Chevy’. According to a report in the ‘Daily Telegraph’ (Friday June 11) in a memo to Chevrolet staff at their HQ in Detroit, GM urged them to stop saying … Continue reading

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Why creativity?

Russian conductor Semyon Bychkov in his winner’s acceptance speech at the BBC Music Magazine Awards in April 2010 observed: “Artists have this unique privilege to be constantly and permanently affected by the mystery and miracles of great creations. The never-ending … Continue reading

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