What is creativity? We can always define such concept, but for JP Canlis, to be creative means to be vulnerable. REAL CREATIVITY MEANS TO BE VULNERABLE AND HONEST JP is a glass artist, and he went through different challenges in life which also affected his creative process in both positive and negative ways. I’m pretty … Read more
If there’s one thing I can take away from the very fun TEDx talk of Taika Waititi, it’s that you can always find inspiration anywhere, even in the most mundane, most unconventional, and most unassuming things.
I think I have found the best creativity TEDx talk so far. Jonathan Tilley talks about creativity and his advice to ‘find your sacred space’.
Wait, what? Think inside the box? Is this a typo or what? Isn’t it ‘think outside the box’? Apparently, Aadil Vora thinks it’s not. He means it right. His advice on creativity is to ‘think inside the box’. He also calls it ‘the box strategy’.
But we can all agree that everyone is creative in our own ways, and not everyone is courageous enough to have the to express their creativity. David Kelley, in his TED talk, advised to face your fears to improving one’s ‘creative confidence’.
Creativity is subjective, but we have a tendency to look at creativity in a narrow way. Tina Seelig has delivered a very interesting TEDx talk entitled A Crash Course in Creativity where she have identified the 6 factors that matter and we should examine to get to know the concept of creativity even more, and how they are interlinked or related.
Watching his not-so-recent TED talk, there’s one advice that Ethan Hawke wants to share to artists: play the fool.
Think out of the box? What a cliche, right? Also, it has always been suggested to us, but in my case, no one actually ever told me on how to do it exactly?
In order to consistently hone my creativity and creative thinking, I vowed to watch at least one TED talk on creativity for the whole month of February. I came across with a TEDx talk by Tim Harford, and for him, the secret to creativity is ‘slow motion multitasking’.
Today, I watched a powerful TEDx talk by Bill Stainton on creativity: he advises to ‘collect dots and connect the dots’.