Friday, June 20, 2008

Coaxing Creativity to Flow

Jhumpa Lahire hinted at the growth that can come from being planted in ‘unaccustomed earth’

Eric Clapton attributed creativity to the crucible of suffering

Robert Dessaix highlighted the value of whiling away the time

Mahatma Gandhi said his most creative experience was getting thrown off a train

Mozart devotees see discipline at the heart of the composer’s creativity

Paulo Coelho testified to the role of travel and pilgrimage

John Cleese and the Monty Python troupe credit frustration as the catalyst

If creativity and innovation are about fostering the right conditions in which the juices flow, what does this mean for you?

Dr. Geoff Pound

Image: Collage of creativity