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How 13 of the Most Creative People in Business stay creative in their work

How 13 of the Most Creative People in Business stay creative in their work

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  • Set goals so big, you are bound to fail. I am talking so big that people will consider you crazy... It will keep you dreaming bigger and your energy high. A lot of the time, you end up surprising yourself how far you can go

  • Experience! You know, minds are like parachutes... Get outside your bubble. See ways that other bubbles and industries interact with/out yours. Make connections and parallels that others don’t see.

  • This article was a collection of disconnected vignettes and could have used some analytical thinking to put it all together. It was not creative enough...

    Bottom line, aim for high goals, take calculated risks to get there, and push creative thinking to overcome those risks.

    For continuous creativity

    This article was a collection of disconnected vignettes and could have used some analytical thinking to put it all together. It was not creative enough...

    Bottom line, aim for high goals, take calculated risks to get there, and push creative thinking to overcome those risks.

    For continuous creativity:

    Surround yourself with diverse thinking and also with creative types. Mentor others as part of the process to harness diverse thinking. The work environment should have limited business type meetings and more creative times, alone or with others.

    I think that's it..

  • Shoot for the stars and you'll likely make it beyond the moon. Shoot to merely get of the ground and you just might accomplish that.

  • There is a lot of evidence in the technology industry that demonstrates that creativity and innovation can be fostered and driven through process. Part of that process is to have both cultural and policies towards diversity and inclusion. Inspiration is actually a cultural phenomenon that can be fostered

    There is a lot of evidence in the technology industry that demonstrates that creativity and innovation can be fostered and driven through process. Part of that process is to have both cultural and policies towards diversity and inclusion. Inspiration is actually a cultural phenomenon that can be fostered in companies, and does not require indoor basketball courts or slides (gymnasium type not PowerPoint).

  • Creativity is something you yourself need to find. What sparks creativity and imagination more than likely will not do the same for you.

  • I get a lot out of ritualizing my work day. For example, before a creative task, draw a card from Oblique Strategies or create artificial constraints like a time box. Away with the ordinary.

  • Stay creative..