Atlanta, GA, April 17, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- An Internet radio show based in Atlanta is helping to re-define creativity and encouraging listeners to live creatively. “The Creativity Salon” streams live on the Web at www.radiosandysprings.com each Thursday at 6PM ET. Hosted by Neil Tepper, aka, “The Creativity Doctor”, the show is dedicated to the creative arts and the art of living a creative life.
“Creativity isn’t just for artists anymore,” Tepper says. “It’s for anyone who wants to tap into the enormous power within them for whatever it is they want to create for their life.”
Tepper chooses guests for the show who demonstrate a creative approach to all aspects of living, from business to relationships to the way they choose to configure their life. One recent episode was entitled, “Pursue Your Passion Beyond Your Profession”. Tepper interviewed a lawyer whose passion is race-car driving, and a doctor whose passion is tap-dancing and flying his own airplane. “The idea,” Tepper says, “is to inspire people how to find time to do what they love despite their busy lives.”
Other topics included “The Spirituality of Creativity,” “The Business of Art,” and “In the Zone, in Sports and Life.” Future shows will feature others who are blazing a trail to consciousness and creativity, including Andrew Weil, the foremost authority on alternative medicine; Janet Switzer, author of Instant Income and guru of creating a business around your expertise (April 19); and Michael Russer, author of The Obsolete Employee, How Businesses Succeed Without Employees – And Love It! (May 3).
ABOUT NEIL TEPPER
Neil Tepper is a former creative director for The Coca-Cola Company, Universal Television and the 1996 Olympics. He is also a television producer and an award-winning photographer and songwriter. Known as “The Creativity Doctor,” he consults for individuals and companies around the country. His book (not yet released), Open Your I’s™: 10 Steps To Unleashing Your Inner Creative Power©, contains a simple system that anyone can use to be more creative in their lives. To learn more, you can visit Neil’s Web site, at www.neiltepper.com.