Creativity is something we can all have, whether we realise it or not. It is a skill, an attitude and an outlook – all of which you can learn, perfect and train. For example, why do artistic people go to art college? They’re learning skills that will help them to better express their creativity.
There are two parts of the creative skill:
- coming up with interesting ideas, new perspectives, or solutions to problems.
- expressing those ideas in a meaningful and accessible way.
This training course focuses on the first part of creativity, which is arguably the more valuable one. Ask a painter how to paint or ask a writer how to craft a story and they will have plenty of practical advice to share. However, ask them – or any creative person – how they come up with their ideas and they will struggle to give you a practical answer.
They’re much more likely to tell you that ideas ‘just come to them’ or seem to ‘pop into their heads’. And that doesn’t give you anything you can use to duplicate the process.
Fortunately, there are ways of accessing that information. There is a structure to creativity, drawn from careful study of creative thinkers – a highly practical way of becoming more creative.
In this course, you will learn several simple ways to enhance your personal creativity.
Learn practical ways to:
- Tap into your deepest creative resources
- Synthesize new ideas and applications from existing ones
- Use your resources to improve on past solutions
- Take ideas from other areas and creatively “re-purpose” them
Through a series of simple exercises, you will learn four fundamental processes and begin to make creativity a part of who you are.
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