I write on creative leadership, innovation, business model innovation, team building and happiness at work. I’m looking for changemakers working on pushing corporate culture forward through creativity. On occasion, I write about stuff that doesn’t fit neatly into one of these categories.
The truth is that by expanding possibilities and automating part of the creative process, we can all be more creative and productive. In a virtual world of infinite abundance, only creativity could ever be in short supply.
"The ugly truth is that most creative acts are failures, which is why, as Robert Weisberg points out in his book Creativity, outstanding creative work is tightly linked to prolific output
"As children, fear is a natural part of our lives, but as adults we view fear as a disease. It’s not a disease." - Psychologist Robert Maurer //
“Let us not look back in anger or forward in fear, but around in awareness.” James Thurber //
Ben Stiller stars in and directs a movie version of Thurber’s famous story “The Secret Life of Walter Mitty” and comments, “At a certain point, you want to be taking chances. That’s when you’re having the most vital experiences.”
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