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Creativity For Life (CFL) exists to provide its readers awesome content on the subject of creative entrepreneurship.

Here’s a little cheat sheet to give you the run down on our different categories:

Creativity is the soul of advertising and branding. It is what gives life to messages about products and services that may otherwise be boring or insignificant in the hearts and minds of target customers.


The ‘Art’ category covers a diverse range of creative activities including writing, film, photography, painting, sculpting, printmaking, dance, architecture and other visual media.

Work for a company or run your own? This is place to find creative tips on surviving creatively in the world of business.

Crafters often start by really enjoying what they do and may think that starting a craft business is easy. It’s not, and the business end requires as much dedication and sweat as the craft itself.

Creative thinking covers a range of topics including science, psychology, philosophy, theology, sociology, brainstorming, mindmapping, and much more.

A look at the creative processes involved in planning how something will look, happen, be made, etc.

Learn how to develop and foster creativity, creative problem solving, and innovation in theory and practice in order to help individuals of all ages reach their creative potential.

Entrepreneurship is the development of a business from the ground up — coming up with an idea and turning it into a profitable business.

A fashion entrepreneur is someone whose primary activities work within the fashion industry. For example, a fashion designer who uses entrepreneurial principles to organize, create, and manage ventures within related and connected areas of the fashion industry.

Entrepreneurial tools particular to the music industry – including managers, booking agents, publishers, music technology innovators, and artists themselves.

Research & Development is work directed toward the innovation, introduction, and improvement of products and processes.

Interested in books, music, films, photography and more? This is where you’ll find our reviews on creative expression of all types.

Software entrepreneurship involves infinitely broad range of businesses; from helping people plan daily events to controlling a space shuttle. There are mainly three kinds of software businesses: products, services and content businesses.

Activities and items which will be engaged in by people of all ages for diversion, entertainment or amusement.

The TV & Radio industry includes activities such as production, programming, packaging, broadcasting and transmission.

A round-up of some of the best videos on the subject of creativity and creative entrepreneurship.

What issues will young people face while starting a creative business after (or during?) school or university, and where can they get assistance?

2 Comments on Categories

  1. Mary Sloane says:

    What a fabulous post on Creativity

    It is so much the heart of what entrepreneurs require as we are almost always walking where others have not gone before… even on similar journeys.

    You certainly have a lot of creativity!

    To Great Success


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