LSD? You can listen to The Grateful Dead and wear a tie-dyed shirt while writing, but no mind-altering drugs here!

It's a formula I've developed to bring new creativity to your business writing and blogging!





Comments


Written by m4bmarketing
4324 days ago

You do have a way with words and headlines Yoni. I wonder what those who grew up in the 60s would have thought LSD could be used in relation to business.

Have a great holiday.

Susan



Written by yoni67
4324 days ago

Susan,

Thanks for your comments! The headline is a double-edge sword: the post was deleted from four social networking sites for "promoting drug use" (likely they just read the title and not the article)! As far as the 60s: it was used for art to induce creativity, so I'm sure that more than a few businesspeople thought its effects could bring about the next big creative idea!

Regards,

Yoni



Written by ShawnHessinger
4324 days ago

Absolute proof that in social media titles not keywords can sometimes be the things that grab attention. It's nearly impossible not to click on this one.



Written by yoni67
4324 days ago

Thanks Shawn!

The funny and ironic thing is that it was deleted from four places I uploaded the url. I received accompanying emails basically saying, "We don't accept content that promotes drug use!" I'll be they never read the article!

Yoni



Written by yoni67
4324 days ago

Duncan,

Thanks so much! Glad you enjoyed the article! An unbridled imagination is key. As far as the composers go, it sounds logical. I believe that sometimes we have epiphany moments where we are suddenly struck by an idea. I once had an idea in a book I was writing hit me out out of the blue. I wrote for almost thirty-six straight hours, not sleeping and taking breaks only for the bathroom, to walk the dog and eat. Thanks for the vacation wish...I'll still be hanging out on BizSugar from time to time.

All the best,

Yoni



Written by businessavante
4325 days ago

This is a wonderful article!! Two additional thoughts: 1. Creativity only comes from an unbridled imagination. 2. Music theory & composition books I've read that were written by classical composers say definitely that when a classical composer creates a new piece of music, it usually comes out all at once in their head - they just write it down, and tweak it (Beethoven "tweaked" the 9th symphony for 10 years when he was deaf to get it perfect, but he's Beethoven). They do not compose great music by a "buiding block" method - one idea, followed by another, and so on. Thanks for the inspiration, Yoni, and have a great vacation.

businessavante



Written by yoni67
4325 days ago

Thanks to all who read. Hope it was worth the "Trip!"

Yoni



Written by ajayjoya
4325 days ago

thanks for your creative drugs.



Written by ShoshFromJobShuk
4325 days ago

Great drug-free advice Yoni despite the title! I'm sure these are princiles all writers will find useful.

Shoshi from JobShuk



Written by amabaie
4325 days ago

Actually... LLLSSSDDDDDD to be precise.



Written by lovedthisarticle!
4325 days ago

WOW Yoni PSYCHADELIC post!

Heidi K.



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