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Creativity More Valuable Than Passion: An Entrepreneur's Rules of Creativity

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After @Hannah Kramershared a great post about Creativity being more important for startup entrepreneurs than passion I wanted to weigh in and share related experience growing up with the right side of the brain being my dominant hemisphere (lol).

I share 5 ideas from the daughter of Gatorade's inventor:

* Creativity Bigger Predictor Than Intelligence.
* Creativity Can Be A Hard Row To Hoe.
* Creativity & Structure.
* Creativity can be learned and taught.
* Creativity happens at intersection of disciplines.

Great post hope my hard won experience contributes something helpful.

 


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Dennis Staples's curator insight, February 19, 2014 2:35 PM

Creativity can guide your business growth!

Ali Anani's curator insight, March 7, 2014 4:08 AM

Make the right brain and left brain intersect 

Dennis Staples's curator insight, April 2, 2014 5:30 PM

Make cREATIVITY the foundation of your actions

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Logical Fallacies Explained With Fun Animal Illustrations: An Illustrated Book of Bad Arguments

Logical Fallacies Explained With Fun Animal Illustrations: An Illustrated Book of Bad Arguments | Intelligence | Scoop.it
Have you ever found yourself on the losing side of an argument you couldn't even understand? It's likely that that argument was one of the many examples in

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Gerald Carey's curator insight, September 22, 2013 5:24 AM

Really useful FREE booklet which uses words and art to explain the logical fallacies that people use each day. Great resource.

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Unnatural Acts

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A follow-up to the book "Unnatural Acts: Critical Thinking, Skepticism and Science Exposed!" by Robert Todd Carroll, creator of The Skeptic's Dictionary. The blog will offer irregular postings about cognitive biases, logical fallacies, and illusions.

 


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Why Connections Aren’t Networks and What You Can Do About It

Why Connections Aren’t Networks and What You Can Do About It | Intelligence | Scoop.it
Reid Hoffman just posted a fascinating article about networking and business relationships. He wrote that opportunities revolve around individuals, and you have to make real, human connections if you

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How To Unlock Creativity

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"Do you know this guy on the left? Of course you do! The man, and in particular that photo, are icons. They represent creativity itself.

Yet Einstein is both an inspiration and an intimidation. His legend, unfortunately, has obscured much his story’s true value. He was, in many ways, unexceptional, but nevertheless managed to see the world differently and led others to do so as well."


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Callie Carling's curator insight, July 30, 2013 10:08 AM

add your insight...

creativity@NIS's curator insight, August 25, 2014 3:40 AM

John: Really love this photo.

 

Brian: Yup,

Arts & Creators's curator insight, October 6, 2014 12:39 PM

How to unlock Creativity

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Teaching Students to Ask Their Own Questions - Harvard Education Letter

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When students know how to ask their own questions, they take greater ownership of their learning, deepen comprehension, and make new connections and discoveries on their own. However, this skill is rarely, if ever, deliberately taught to students from kindergarten through high school. Typically, questions are seen as the province of teachers, who spend years figuring out how to craft questions and fine-tune them to stimulate students’ curiosity or engage them more effectively. We have found that teaching students to ask their own questions can accomplish these same goals while teaching a critical lifelong skill. (Make sure to click where it says Read Sidebar for the Question Forumulation Technique.)


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How creativity works – associative vs. bisociative...

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How creativity works – associative vs. bisociative thought, or habit vs. originality (How #creativity works – associative vs. bisociative...

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Creative Innovation (Pt 12): Associative Thinking

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It’s difficult to discuss creative innovation without addressing associative thinking (aka Intersectional ThinkingTM). It’s the act of comparing something to another to explain, create and innovate...
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Design Thinking For Students: The Question Formulation Technique

Design Thinking For Students: The Question Formulation Technique | Intelligence | Scoop.it

This past summer Edutopia, IDEO, and Riverdale County School sponsored a "Design Thinking for Educators" online course that quickly was over enrolled. Lucky for us that the folks at ASIDE were participants and have shared this post that will help us learn design thinking. The post provides many links to resources that will teach you about design thinking. If you are not sure of what design thinking is this post describes it as "the posing of a problem, perhaps elegantly framed but more likely ill-structured or open-ended -- and with some constraints."

For more information click through to the post.


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