Creativity can take many forms and it can also be incorporated to our every day experience. Today’s post is an invitation for you to consider what creativity means for you, when it occurs and what it can look like more fully in your work.
There are some really good articles which give us a better understanding of creativity. Check out these articles:
7 Surprising Facts About Creativity According to Science from Fast Company
Jillian Groening’s article: 52 Science-Based Facts About the Creative Mind
Here are a number of questions for you to consider as you think about creativity in your work:
- What does creativity mean for me?
- I’d like to ____ in order to bring more creativity into my work.
- My favorite creative outlet as a younger person was….
- The time of day I find I am most creative is…./the places I am most creative are….
- The ingredients I need in order to be creative is…
- I’d like to ___ in order to be more creative.
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