What is it specifically about creativity that so many people shy away from? Why is it normal to think that creativity is something reserved for the obviously artistic? The reason lies in our perception of creativity and how we interact with that notion. Creativity is often nothing more than problem-solving. To come up against a problem during a project—be it an obstacle or a desire—and then figure out a way to resolve the issue: that is being creative.
Posted by Joan Sherwood on January 20, 2014 2:50 PM
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