What is Suprose?

Welcome to Suprose.

Why Su-prose? "Su" in Sanskrit is a prefix for "good". This is a place where we will discuss and analyze prose (with a South Asian Connection) - that which is good, awesome, excellent, and maybe rant about prose that could be better.

Whether you love prose, are a prose expert, or want to learn more about prose, or to put it simply want to have anything to do with prose, this blog is for you.

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Wednesday, August 5, 2015

Think Outside The Box -- Create, Write!

Creative Thinking - how to get out of the box and generate ideas: A great talk by Giovanni Corazza at TEDxRoma


Friday, May 29, 2015

What Is Creative Confidence?

A fabulous TED talk by David Kelley on Creative Confidence.
A must watch for all creatives...

There is no need to say, "I am not the creative type!", says Kelley...

Friday, January 2, 2015

Thursday, January 1, 2015

Need WillPower To Stick To Those New Year Resolutions???

Happy New Year!!!

Have you made your new year resolutions yet? 

Write, Write, Write!!!
Right???

The resolutions are made but then what? We all need will power to stick to our challenging New Year Resolutions! But how?!

Read on...

"Neuroscientists talk about how we have one brain but two minds. We have a mind that acts on impulse and seeks immediate gratification, and we have another mind that controls our impulses and delays gratification to fulfill our long-term goals. We face willpower challenges when the two minds have competing goals. Learn what influences us to procrastinate or why we fail to resist temptation, and learn about small interventions that can have large, positive outcomes. 

Author and Stanford health psychologist Kelly McGonigal, PhD, talks about strategies from her new book "The WillPower Instinct: How Self-Control Works, Why It Matters, and What You Can Do to Get More of It" as part of the Authors@Google series. Topics include dieting/weight loss, health, addiction, quitting smoking, temptation, procrastination, mindfulness, stress, sleep, cravings, exercise, self-control, self-compassion, guilt, and shame. For more from Kelly McGonigal, visit http://kellymcgonigal.com/."