Topic 2 Being active and creative in real life

Developing Creativity

  1. Give up relying on others.

Begin to understand how to manage your own resources. Look around to see what you already have and how you may make the most of it.

  1. Visualize, think, and create.

You must believe that you possess a mind that is brimming with ideas and concepts. It is necessary for you to express them.

  1. Surround yourself with people who are exceptional.

“Good artists copy, great artists steal.” Pablo Picasso once stated. That is to say, decent people learn from the best, and the best learn from the best.

  1. Look for employment that aren’t high-paying.

Include an hour or more in your daily routine to listen to your hobbies.

  1. Overcome your fear of failing.

Fear of making a major mistake or failing in your attempts to try something new can stifle your creativity.

  1. Step outside of your comfort zone.

People are frequently caught in their routines and are hesitant to try new things in life.

  1. Stay stress-free and enjoy life.

Allowing yourself to be down about your failures or stressed out is not a good idea.

“Innovation is often given complex definitions. We prefer the simple one: ‘New Ideas that Work.'” — Geoff Mulgan, Chief Executive of the National Endowment for Science Technology and Arts