Saturday, March 13, 2021

Creative Logic

Creativity is not a “thing,” it’s a process that happens as a proactive mental activity to a problem.

Creativity is the wings of our mind, a constructive disruption, and a flash of insight. Creativity is not lack of logic. Creative logic is divergent and often nonlinear; understand things from different angles, and solve problems in different ways. 

Creative minds with cognitive differences are good at asking thought-provoking questions, bringing fresh perspectives, connecting unusual dots, and releasing positive energy.


Creative expansion cannot happen without vision and a sort of interactive logic: Creativity is consciousness with a sort of logic that allows one to see how all things can be both connected or disconnected to create completely new forms, ideas, or systems. Out of this comes a beautiful thing, the freedom of choice and the plenty seeds of creativity. To be conscious is to keep minds flowing, be aware and engaged with both the inner world of thoughts, feelings, choices, and the exterior world of synergies, experiences, and relationships. The interactive logic of the inner and exterior world develops creativity.

Creative expanding cannot happen without imagination, passion, participation and cross disciplinary knowledge. Creativity clicks at the intersection of consciousness and subconsciousness. As we develop full participation at the moment, so does the perceptual envisioning dexterity, expanding reception and reaching the “aha” moment. Often there is an emotional cycle for stimulating creativity; openness to engage in conversations, conflict to spark new ideas, even the right dose of anger to gain fresh insight. Enthusiasm aligned with vision, focus, capabilities and meaningful work is a destination for both individuals and businesses to enable determination, creativity, strategy, and talent.

Creative logic has better common sense than conventional wisdom: Creativity is not just about craziness or randomness, it’s the interactions of orders and chaos, out of box thinking and “common sense.” Out of box thinking comes with connecting unusual dots; common sense will in most cases be determined by what defines you as an individual at a certain point, your experience, and accumulated knowledge, the information at hand, and your skills and capabilities to manage all of this into a structure. The important thing is that you discover the patterns from your version of “common senses,” and add new ingredients to create something different.

The valuable “Common sense” has an innate logic or perhaps a sort of quick logic to solve problems effectively and even creatively. But keep in mind, for Common Sense, each individual has a different set of information that makes the base of thinking turn into action, so what sounds logical or balanced to one will not to another individual or group. Also, common sense is not equal to outdated conventional wisdom. Conventional wisdom has a negative connotation about sticking to the outdated concepts, traditions, cultures, or the old ways to do things. With being called conventional wisdom, we keep nurturing mediocrity and keep expecting innovation out of that mediocrity. With creativity, we rejuvenate a stale mindset or culture (collective mindset), and inspire great ideas and shape a better world.

Creative logic is based on “adaptability meeting agility”: Creative ideas can be nurtured in an inclusive environment and creative talent can be sharpened via continuous practices. People will genuinely feel good, be open-minded, willingly to share ideas, get involved with commitment, increasing self-confidence and performance in others, getting yourself and others into “creative mode” to unleash creative potential, and demonstrate unimaginable contribution to innovation excellence.

The working environment becomes healthier, happier, creative, and adaptive, etc. Innovation is the most wanted change. Adaptability is the ability of people or organizations to adapt themselves smoothly and fast to changed circumstances. A highly adaptive organization is to design and create an organization in which change is the new norm and happens the whole time, with the very characteristics of speed, innovation, agility, integration, modernization, optimization, intelligence, adaptability, flexibility, and maturity.

Creativity is not a “thing,” it’s a process that happens as a proactive mental activity to a problem. Creative logic is nonlinear or even fuzzy. Creative maturity is the phase that creativity becomes a decent flow, is having the ability to live comfortably with contradictory thoughts, express things creatively but persuasively, and tap creative potential seemingly effortlessly.


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