Brainstorming with tarot cards
Index of The Sceptic's Tarot articles on tarot (Updated 22 March 2022)

Index of The Sceptic's Tarot articles on creativity (Updated 4 June 2020)

Many of these links still point to SynTAROTis

What is creative thinking?

Do you have to be intelligent to be creative?

"Two words" to solve a problem

Relational algorithms: a problem-solving technique

What if I do nothing?

Intoxicating creativity?

Looking through a kaleidoscope

Ill-structured problems

Big bad brainstorming

Whatever comes up: Associations and creativity


Creative combinations

Getting it together: Information gathering

Which problem are you solving?

Matrix matters

Chunking problems

Defining the ill-defined, Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4a, Part 4b

Analogy and metaphor in creative problem solving

Natural inspiration, Part 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11

The more, the merrier: Does quantity breed quality?

Stimuli to trigger creativity

The principles of creativity

Why be more creative?

Advantages, limitations, unique qualities

Problem solving is a process

Zap your creativity

Sarcasm makes you more creative

Asking the right questions when problem solving

Creative curiosity

Predicting a-ha!

How to be more creative

Identify your assumptions

Creative awe

Put the kettle on

Creativity and sleep

Can magic mushrooms make you more creative?

More creative with ADHD

Creative constraints

How creative! 2

"Be creative!"

Being unsociable makes you more creative

Creativity research round-up November 2019

Creativity round-up January 2020

Creativity round-up February 2020

Creativity round-up March 2020

Why use stimuli like random words or tarot cards to solve problems?

Creativity round-up April 2020

Creativity round-up May 2020


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