Travis N. Turner

Travis N. Turner

Travis Turner is trained in creativity and law. Travis interviews creative people and reviews interesting events at CreativeLeader.com. His passion is helping others to unleash their creative abilities. Join Travis as he learns from the best creative minds.
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J.D. - Washington & Lee School of Law. M.S - Creativity Studies

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  • Why Do Mormons Go on Missions?
    Mormons go on missions to share the gospel and help others become converted to Christ. Going on a mission can be a sacrifice, but it is also very rewarding.
  • 3 Reasons to Believe the Book of Mormon
    There is a lot of controversy about the Book of Mormon. I believe in the Book of Mormon. The Book of Mormon fulfills biblical prophecy and testifies of Christ.
  • 11 Tips for Living in Two Places at Once
    Living in two places at once can be exhilarating, but also challenging. Read 11 tips to help you successfully live in two places.
  • Awesome Quotes About Lifestyle Design by Tim Ferriss
    Tim Ferriss is the author of the Four-Hour Workweek, a great book about lifestyle design. Read some awesome quotes about lifestyle design by Tim Ferriss.
  • 7 Reasons to Believe in God
    Many people aren't sure whether God exists. Here are seven reasons to believe in God.
  • 7 Tips to a Better Birthday
    A collection of tips on having a better birthday. Don't settle for a good birthday when you could have a great one.
  • 7 Gardening Tips for a Productive Fruit and Vegetable Garden
    Growing a fruit and vegetable garden can be a lot of fun if you know what you are doing. Here are some 7 gardening tips for a fruit and vegetable garden.
  • 5 Lessons from a Corporate Lawyer
    Learn some valuable lessons from a practicing corporate lawyer.
  • Traits of Highly Creative People
    Become more creative by developing the traits common to highly creative people: Generating many ideas, experimenting with ideas, believe in their creativity, and violating conventions
  • Masters Degree in Creativity Studies from S.U.N.Y. Buffalo State
    A review of the Master's degree program in creativity studies from S.U.N.Y. at Buffalo State. The program is ideal for creativity facilitators, establishing CPSI connections, and learning the creative problem solving method and creative leadership.
  • Three Ways to Generate New Ideas
    Creativity, at its core, is the ability to generate novel ideas that are useful in some way. You can generate new ideas by combining ideas, borrowing ideas, and simplifying or adding to existing ideas.
  • How to Become Happier and Live a Fulfilling Life
    Four keys to becoming a happier person are to examine why you are unhappy, become a better person, serve others, and practice gratitude.
  • First person: Why refinancing was the best financial decision I ever made
    Deciding to refinance can be a tough decision. However, if you do it right (and make financial sacrifices), it can help you become debt-free even faster.
  • Designing a creative space in your home
    A short guide to creating your ideal creative space in your home. A creative space will help you be more productive, creative, and enjoy your home more.
  • How to Get Out of a Rut
    We all go through times in life where we get stuck in a rut. Three keys to getting unstuck are to examine why you are stuck in the first place, ask different questions, and try new things.
  • Does Formal Education Kill Student Creativity?
    Formal education stifles student creativity, having changed little in the last 150 years. Teachers focus too much on factual questions, ignore creative student answers, and focus on knowledge consumption.
  • How to Develop Creative Discipline
    Creative discipline is the ability to produce new ideas and implement them. This article will help you avoid getting distracted and help you complete more projects.
  • How to Find an Amazing Spouse
    Everyone wants to find someone special, but few know how. Becoming a great person, looking in the right place and way, and filling your life with awesome things will help you. Keep a good attitude and never give up.
  • How to Become More Creative
    Most people want to become more creative but don't know how. The best ways to become creative are by breaking free from routine, trying new things, and practicing your creative craft.
  • How to Get More Retweets on Twitter
    Twitter offers a unique platform for sharing content, building your brand, expressing yourself, and pointing others to interesting content. The following are a few ideas of how to get more retweets on Twitter.
  • Keeping Your Job in a Tough Economy
    In challenging economic times, it is much easier to keep your current job than it is to find a new one. Even if you want to change jobs, you are better off if you do it on your terms and timing.
  • 5 Ways to Maintain a Positive Attitude
    Having a positive mental attitude is one of the greatest assets you can have. If you have grown lax or complacent in life and your career, perhaps you have developed a bad or negative attitude that needs to been changed into a positive attitude.
  • Why You Should Date Your Spouse Every Week
    Dating your spouse will strengthen your bond, rekindle your friendship and passion, and create happy, carefree memories together. Spending time together doesn't have to be complicated, but it should be away from work, children, and technology.
  • Surviving a Job Layoff or Termination
    Layoffs and terminations can come unexpectedly hurting both your finances and career progression. But by working hard at your job search and updating your resume, interview, and job skills, you can get back to work in no time at all.
  • Are We Missing the Point on School Shootings?
    The recent mass shooting at Sandy hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn. has reinvigorated the national debate on gun control. This article suggests that we should looking at the real question - what is causing the increase in mass school shootings?
  • Got Winter Blues? - Overcoming Seasonal Affective Disorder
    An article about how seasonal affective disorder (SAD) impacts sufferers, discussing light and Vitamin D treatments. Reduced daylight hours during the winter cause disruption in body's circadian rhythms, resulting in lethargy and depression.

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