Re-engaging our childhood creativity is not just an imperative part of successful business strategy. It is also an important part of enjoying life as well.
Today I share a recent interview with Sir Ken Robinson, one of the world’s foremost authorities on creativity and education, and Fast Company Magazine in which he shares ideas for unlocking creativity in both children and adults:
The continuum, as I see it, starts with imagination. It's the most extraordinary set of powers that we take for granted: the ability to bring into mind the things that aren't present. It's why we are so different from the rest of life on earth. That's why we're sitting in a beautiful building, drinking from these cups. Because human beings make things. We create things. We don't live in the world directly; we live in a world of ideas and of concepts and theories and ideologies.
Craving more on creativity? Have a listen to my one-on-one chat with Sir Ken Robinson and check out my book, Slingshot: Re-Imagine Your Business, Re-Imagine Your Life.