Posts Tagged ‘creative thinking’

Three Rules For Making Yourself More Creative And Generate Money-Making Ideas On Demand

By: Dan Kennedy on: January 2nd, 2015 3 Comments

“A single thought can revolutionize your life as it did mine. A single thought can make you rich or it can land you in prison for the rest of your life.”—Earl Nightingale, Personal Development Pioneer, Motivational Speaker and Author When I heard Earl make this statement, a light bulb went off for me. What I got from it was that you do not necessarily need either genius or persistence to enjoy a few prosperous years.[…]

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Constantly Seek Worthy Small Business Marketing Ideas

By: Dan Kennedy on: August 6th, 2009 5 Comments

I came to a realization at the Creative Thinking For Entrepreneurs Seminar. It was a dull, low-level, humming awareness suddenly made razor sharp and clear. A lot of people have a disconnect between what they observe, overhear, read, watch, experience and their small business marketing. They do not constantly, automatically (compulsively?) seek worthy ideas from the first to move to the second. It seems their antenna are down a lot of the time. So, for[…]

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Creative Thinking for Small Business Owners

By: Dan Kennedy on: June 9th, 2009 9 Comments

Entrepreneurs and marketers are constantly challenged to be creative. But creativity as it is commonly thought of and practiced is sin not virtue, because it is slow and ponderous; because it begins with a blank slate. One of the most profitably creative entrepreneurs of all time, Walt Disney, said “… .stop talking and begin doing.” To be profitable in the real world, creativity must be fast, decisive, practical, implementable and implemented. There’s little room for[…]

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