Creating Time: Using Creativity to Reinvent the Clock and Reclaim Your Life

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New World Library, Apr 3, 2012 - Self-Help - 280 pages
Most of us have said, “If only I had more time,” as a way of explaining why we aren’t leading our most fulfilling lives. This book turns the concept of time management upside down by presenting exciting new tools for viewing and experiencing your time. Creating Time combines creativity with science in a gorgeous colorful format that presents a fascinating adventure in which you will imagine, create, and completely reshape the way you experience time. Each chapter presents a shift-making concept illustrated by real-life examples, step-by-step introspective processes, and powerful creative projects that inspire a new sense of time, a liberating view of self, and a fresh perspective on the meaning of being human, empowered, and fully alive. Includes a download link to your FREE Time Expansion Kit!

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Marney K. Makridakis is the founder of Artella Land, the groundbreaking online community for artists, writers, and creative individuals. Since 2002, Artella has been a playland for creativity, full of innovative services that embrace the uniqueness of individuals, catalyzing unawakened inklings and inspirations to come alive and passionately thrive. Marney is a widely known voice in the creativity movement, frequently requested for interviews, guest columns, workshops, and speeches. She is also the founder of the ARTbundance philosophy, an innovative approach of self-improvement through creativity, and the ARTbundance Certification Training Program (ACT), which trains people to use ARTbundance in professional venues, such as creativity coaching, teaching workshops, public speaking, and creating online environments. Both ACT and Artella's sister website,, are the result of her desire to help creatively minded people design a successful business rooted in true passion, personal joy, and creative meaning. A graduate of Duke University, Marney lives in kairos time in Dallas, Texas, with her wonderful husband and their wise and adventurous toddler, Kai. She names these things as being essential to her creative well-being: the color orange, poetic novels, singing loudly, daily naps, the love of a good man, and hero worship of Mary Poppins.

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