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Business performance is sometimes driven by being “clever” or “creative”. Unfortunately, many people think that creativity is an innate ability that a person either has or doesn’t have.
Well, there’s good news. Creativity is a skill that can be learned with practice.
There seem to be two equally valid paths to creativity: the daydreamer path and the Thomas Edison “99% perspiration” path. The daydreamer path works best if we feel we’re a long way from developing an insight; the perspiration path works best if we feel we’re close to a breakthrough.
Click on this link to read a Wall Street Journal article with some hints.
To motivate you on your path to creativity, click on this link to look at some top inventions of 2011.
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