The article should be VERY informative, educational, positive and easy to read. Your story should ALWAYS provide a message or advice to your reader. LMCC is on the hunt to find some great contributors who are passionate about all things coffee related for our blog! We’re very interested to hear from our readers who know a thing or two about coffee and want to brag to the world and show off their expertise. The goal is to make you self-aware of the creative benefits you experience when consuming coffee.
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Other people may have suggestions for slogans that may have never crossed your mind. Instead, you can develop a slogan that emphasizes that you serve great coffee to help fuel your customers’ mornings. Coffee can’t help your social media addiction, but the caffeine steaming in your mug postpones fatigue so can commit to the task at hand. For creatives, this means pushing through the stage of coming up with bad ideas. Send an email to pr (@) foodwalas (.) com with the name of the contributor as well as his/her credentials.
There is tremendous power in the ability to recognize what is going on in our heads and then act on it. I’ve found ideas breed more ideas which eventually lead to creative breakthroughs. It is hard to generate this flow of ideas without any initiative.
When you think your ideas are silly or stupid you stop coming up with ideas or worse, do not even start at all. Let’s be honest, nobody wants to sit and come up with bad ideas. The cool thing is, enough bad ideas eventually lead to a good one. Engaging and thoughtful analysis, opinion, inside scoops, Food makers story or expert advice or even something fun.