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Thursday, January 27, 2005
Capturing creativity
Creativity requires a challenge to start a flow of new ideas, then a way to capture them.

When it comes to creativity, there's good news and very good news. The good news is that the mysteries of the creative process are finally giving way to a rigorous scientific analysis. The very good news is that, with the right skills, you can boost your own creative output by a factor of 10 or more. Significant creativity is within everyone's reach--no exceptions. What's more, greater creativity breeds greater happiness. The creative process is itself a source of joy for most people. And with new creative powers we're also better able to solve the little problems that beset us daily.

Summary: Focuses on how to enhance the creativity of a person. Mysteries of the creative process; Myths about creativity; Generativity and creativity.

Source: Psychology Today
posted by Naina @ Permalink 1/27/2005 05:56:00 PM   2 comments  --- Google It! ---
2 Comments:
At 2/02/2005 07:10:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...
At 5/16/2005 04:10:00 PM, Blogger Armand Rousso said...

Boost Creativity – using weblogs?

I just came by a very interesting article which contains some very interesting elements on how to boost creativity.

I’ll not go into detail here, but the overall elements are:

Capturing
Challenging
Broardening
Surrounding

Personally I find the capturing-part very interesting. And of course I see the weblog technology as a container for exactly capturing thoughts, brainstorming and not to forget the personal- and team reflection during the process.......

All the best
Hans Henrik;
Public(mind)
http://blog.hoejberg.dk
 

Creativity is a strange thing. It can engulf any person when he is amply free to experiment and to add a special touch of his own.

How can you capture something which is born only when one is free? Creativity, to me is a divine blessing which does not come to many......it blesses those who see white light in total darkness, it dwells in those who belong to the voice of their own conscience.
 
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