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Leonardo Trait
Authors : Angie Dixon

Spotlight on Angie Dixon

The Leonardo Trait, Creativity & Living the Multipassionate Life

Angie DixonAngie Dixon is a writer and teacher specializing in creativity and creative people. Angie's Web site,, is designed for people who say "Yes!" when asked, "What do you want to do with your life?" Angie believes that Leonardos, or multitalented, multitasking creative geniuses, are special people and deserve to be treated as such.

The Leonardo Trait by Angie Dixon

The Leonardo Trait: Living the Multipassionate Life
Do you ever wonder why Mona Lisa's smiling? The answers may be here, in Angie Dixon's groundbreaking new work on creativity, multiple passions, and people who say YES!!! to everything. Angie writes Creativity Portal's An Open Mind column and runs the Leonardo Trait Web site.

Do you have the Leonardo Trait?

Read the Foreword by Chris Dunmire | Chapter One Excerpt

An Open Mind Series by Angie Dixon

By Angie Dixon
On making a creative living as a freelance writer.

Why the World Needs Superman
By Angie Dixon
I want to talk about why the world needs Superman, and what is really the pinnacle of success.

Be Your Creative Self
By Angie Dixon
What I've discovered is you don't make money trying to make money.

Laugh. It Makes Your Face Look Better.
By Angie Dixon
I think a big part of being creative is looking at things from a slightly skewed point of view.

When the Muse Needs a Vacation
By Angie Dixon
Five questions we might want to ask ourselves about our creativity, our work, and our habits.

The Courage of Public Creativity
By Angie Dixon
Often we don't think of creating as being particularly courageous, but I assure you it is.

How NOT to be Creative
By Angie Dixon
These days, it seems everyone has a tip for how to be creative.

Why Does Creativity Seem So Hard?
By Angie Dixon
I'm assuming, but I think it's a fair assumption, that creativity at least sometimes seems hard to most people.

If You Knew You Couldn't Fail...
By Angie Dixon
What's your thing you'd do if you couldn't fail? Mainly, is it big? Really big?