Peter Kaufman

Peter Kaufman

Peter Kaufman is associate director of the Innsbrook Foundation, an organization established to provide leadership and focus on community activities in the Innsbrook Corporate Center in Glen Allen, Virginia. Kaufman is a licensed creativity coach with Before & After Inc., a creative training company that uses The Do-It-Yourself Lobotomy and FlashFlood Brainstorming to generate creativity at companies and agencies around the world. Before & After has trained more than 50,000 people at companies like McDonald's, ABC Sports, J. Walter Thompson, and Hewlett-Packard. He is also the Owner and Head Writer of www.stickyideas.com, an online resource for creativity.

RECENT ARTICLES BY PETER KAUFMAN

I've Found the Perfect Job for You

Feb 22, 2002 - Peter landed his dream gig. He has some pointers for you to snag the perfect job, too. Comments

Ask and Ye Shall Receive

Feb 8, 2002 - Need something? Use your network to get it. And don't forget to build that network! Comments

I Have Just 12 Questions for You...

Jan 25, 2002 - Sometimes the best resources to draw on for continuing creativity come from others in the creative community. Comments

The World According to Stu

Jan 11, 2002 - He's not the antithesis of creativity after all. Comments

A Big, Fat Lump of Coal

Dec 28, 2001 - Want to stay creative into the New Year? Resolve to shun these must-avoids that sap the creative spirit. Comments

The Annual Nolly Awards: The Envelope Please...

Dec 14, 2001 - Not everyone wins an Emmy. Not everyone has a chance to vie for an Academy Award. But the Nolly can be won by anyone in the world. It's the most democratic... Comments

A Little Enlightenment

Nov 30, 2001 - If these ideas don't help you approach your job more creatively, at least they'll help you develop a deeper understanding of what you do. Comments

The Wheat From the Chaff

Nov 16, 2001 - All the news... that matters. Comments

Creative Comfort

Nov 2, 2001 - It happened once; could it happen again? Those books and records you once loved -- as a child, perhaps in college -- had the power to fuel inspiration... Comments

Climb Out of the Cocoon

Oct 19, 2001 - Getting back to "normal" is easier said than done, but here are a few things you can do that might help. Comments

Let's Help Each Other

Oct 5, 2001 - The horrors have been well documented, and I have nothing to say that would help make any sense out of it. But what I can do is try to help some people... Comments

Let SPIKE Be Your Guide

Sep 21, 2001 - Creativity and brainstorming are effective and differentiating factors in winning business. Whether for coming up with more ideas to win business or... Comments

Time to Hit theBooks

Sep 7, 2001 - It's back-to-school time, and that means books, lots of books. But memories of all that homework shouldn't scare you off. Some books, even if all about... Comments

King Me -- I Landed on Boardwalk

Aug 24, 2001 - Whether you work for General Electric or yourself, you probably get into a rut every now and then. And it's not easy to get out of it. Peter offers... Comments

Charity Begins at Work

Aug 10, 2001 - Everyone in our industry is concerned about belt tightening, layoffs, and downtime. Why not use some of that time to volunteer your talents to an organization... Comments

How $20.01 Changed My Life

Jul 26, 2001 - Peter just completed his 10-day boot camp -- he ran, jumped, ran, did sit-ups, ran, did pushups, ran, and learned a lot about teamwork. Without getting... Comments

The Blob Is Dead... Or at Least Dying

Jul 12, 2001 - Why would a 41-year-old man with a wonderful wife, two great kids, and a career he loves subject himself to the torture of physical training led by... Comments

Little Feat, Big Heart

Jun 28, 2001 - Peter draws some life lessons from the lifestyle of Little Feat, such as arrogance sucks; we're all going to be dead a long time, and being miserable... Comments

Are You on the Team?

Jun 14, 2001 - Some very smart people know tech stuff that we will never fully understand. How do you blend technology geeks and creative types into a harmonious team... Comments

I'm a Junkie

May 31, 2001 - It started out innocently enough in a typical suburban middle-class setting. Peter saw others doing it. He tried it. And he was hooked. He made it part... Comments

Love WHAT You Do, Not WHERE You Do It

May 23, 2001 - If you honestly think that your workplace couldn't survive without you, you're nuts. Unless it says "Owner" on your business card, you're expendable... Comments

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