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Creativity can enhance everything we do. There is no such thing as non-creative professions or activities. Whether you are a photographer, an author, an accountant, a software development manager, a soundman, a physician, or a police officer, Creativity can be an essential part of your toolbox.
Creativity is the secret ingredient that can spice up any task and any engagement with others and turn it into an opportunity. Anything we do can become more impactful when we realize our creative potential.
To help you get started mastering your Creativity and have numerous creative moments in your life as soon as today, we have created The Daily Creativity Cue Card: seven simple activities you can do anywhere and at any time.
If we wish to increase the chances of coming up with creative insights when needed, we must continuously utilize The Creativity Operating System. A constant creative mindset means we are always experiencing, observing, wondering, imagining, and fusing ideas. We always collect ingredients and play with them.
To be creative means to lead a creative life.
When engaged in a conversation, personal or professional, use more questions than statements. Ask them genuinely and be open to any answer you might receive.
When exploring an artwork, take a physical step back to see the bigger picture even if the details blur. Then, zoom-in by picking a detail and exploring it as if it stands by itself. Zoom-out again to see the detail in context. Zoon-out further, figuratively, and get familiar with the artwork’s background story and the artist who created it.