Ross Gale over at www.rcgale.com is doing some great things when it comes to creativity and writing. An MFA Creative Writing graduate from Seattle Pacific University, the Portland, Oregon native is turning his website into a online modern museum of musing from people all across the country. That’s how I was asked to write a guest blog post about Jonah Lehrer’s Imagine: How Creativity Works and ended up mostly talking about a basketball drill called Perfection. These antonyms, creativity and perfection, push one another to their limits and its up to the individual to discover their own imaginative process when it comes to life and how you think about the world. I hope you make mistakes.
Check out the guest post Operating in the Zone, a Drill Called Perfection; a Review of Jonah Lehrer’s Imagine: How Creativity Works at rcgale.com and while you’re there, be sure to shop your mind around all the other great works.
Many thanks to Ross!