Reframing creativity You are not creative unless you create

I propose a new frame of reference, a new meaning for this sought after sense of self-worth. This label of ‘creativity’ we so aspire to have bestowed upon us by colleagues, friends or family need not be a judgement of value but rather a judgement of repeated behaviour and repeated behaviour only.


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Insights in to a creative mind Are computers hindering creativity?

What I believe we’re experiencing today is communication at a speed that’s hindering proper (or at least exploratory) levels of creativity. People expect results ‘at the end of the day’ or ‘in an hour’ or ‘within 15 minutes’. Perhaps this is a bigger problem then just creative thought too. Perhaps, as a society we’re simply becoming more impatient? Our expectation of when we should have things (and how we get them) is becoming more demanding. Is the global financial crisis a result of this increased impatience too? People living beyond their means, wanting houses and products now, not later?


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