Tuesday, April 24, 2018

The Monthly “100 Creativity Ingredients” Book Tuning: Practice Creativity on the Daily Basis Apr 2018

Whenever you are open to something new to come to the fore you are being creative.

All humans are born with raw creativity ability. Creativity has many dimensions, with multi-faceted truth and myth, manifold knowledge and multidimensional insight. Creativity is wings of our mind and tempo of our heartbeat. Creativity is a constructive disruption, not so bad addiction, and a sensational phenomenon. The purpose of “100 Creativity Ingredients - Everyone’s Playbook to Unlock Creativity “is to classify, scrutinize, articulate, and share insight about one hundred special creativity ingredients, to paint the picture with them, add colors on them, embed the music into them, make the story via them, and more importantly, exercise your creativity muscle on the daily basis, in order to unleash collective creativity potential.                

Practice Creativity on the Daily Basis

How to Flex your Creativity Muscle via Daily Practices? Creativity is an innate ability to generate novel ideas. If you consider being creative as a way of thinking, of imagining, of expression, of perceiving things, of inventing, of inspiring, etc, then it happens every day, multiple times a day. Creativity is innate, it could become a healthy habit or even a positive addiction. Creativity is the #1 professional skill needed in the 21st century, how to flex your creativity muscle via daily practices?

The New Book “100 Creativity Ingredients” Conclusion: Unlock Creativity via Daily Practices? Creativity becomes significantly important in the digital age with the advanced technologies because the digital workforce of the future will not be mere automatons, but continue to discover, explore, and improve the surroundings. As the matter of fact, creativity is one of the most wanted professional qualities in the digital age. Hence, it is important to set your own principles, practice, practice, and practice more to unleash the abundance of creativity.

Practice Three Things Which Cannot be Taught Completely The digital era has the “VUCA” characteristics: Velocity, uncertainty, complexity, and ambiguity. The effects of an increasingly digitalized world are now reaching into every corner of businesses and every aspect of organizations. We are living in a complex world where inventions, developments, and conflicts are continuously changing and that makes it impossible to have a complete knowledge and understanding of any issue individually. Therefore, today’s contemporary digital leaders and professionals must keep learning, adapting, innovating, and practicing on the daily basis for developing differentiated competency. Here are three things which cannot be taught completely, it is both nature and nurtured, and it takes the practice, practice, and practice more to be fluent.

The Principles and Practices to Encourage Creativity As businesses get more cut-throat in the face of fierce competitions and unprecedented changes, this puts stress on the labor force that is not conducive to creative, experimental thinking. As a business leader, what are the common solutions to encourage creativity? Will you allow people to make mistakes? Spend time on something with no guarantee of ROIs? Work on what interests them? Which type of work activities, roles, industries, require great deals of creativity? How do you, as leaders involve all people in creative thinking and actions? And how can you help improve the harvest of the creative seeds? Doesn't the real solution to innovation, creativity begin with inquiry? Would it not be prudent to focus on ensuring all levels of the organization are well founded on asking learning questions?

How to Build a Creative Workplace and Workforce?
We generally have a very narrow view of creativity conceding it to artists. If you look closely at your own experience, likely you will find your own special way of being creative. Whenever you are open to something new to come to the fore you are being creative. It is a state of openness where you set aside what you think you know. You step out of your logical thinking minds to create something new; or more often, you blend different types of thinking processes to see things differently. More specifically, where does creativity come from, and how to tap your creative potential?

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Creativity is a sketchy thing to develop from pure theory - it does, however, tend to improve with practice;)

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