It seems that our intellectual comfort zone has shifted from that of continuous exploration and inquisitiveness to that of conformity with accepted norms of adult perception. So in order to re-engage our childhood creativity not only do we need the right framework, but we must let go of self-limiting beliefs. A recent article summarizes four of the top misbeliefs affecting creativity today.
Via Fast Company:
Think creativity is all blue walls and blue skies? Nope. It's more about sitting on an airplane and coming up with a lot of bad ideas.
“Creativity” may not be the first word that comes to mind when you hear the word “conglomerate.” But Christian Stadil, CEO and co-owner of Denmark-based Thornico, a sprawling enterprise with holdings in food, technology, shipping, and others, will likely change your mind about that.
[Original image from Slingshot: Re-Imagine Your Business, Re-Imagine Your Life.]