When you start to figure out and realize your greatest potential, and answer your calling, fear and Ego can get in the way. Ego attacks the awakening artist. The Ego runs the show and likes things the way they are.
What if conflict and debate help ideas to be all that they can be? If that’s so, should you defer criticism or debate as you go? In the book, The Myths of Creativity: The Truth About How Innovative Companies and People Generate Great Ideas, David Burkus shares key insight into how conflict and debate enhance our creative process and help us produce better ideas.
“Ideas stand in the corner and laugh while we fight over them.” ? Marty Rubin One of the myths of creativity and innovation is that we need happy and cohesive teams to produce outstanding results. The reality is healthy conflict helps create better ideas. If we learn how to fight properly, we can use conflict […]
Editor’s note: This is a guest post from David Straker on how to improve your ability to design things, whatever your art or craft may be. David is the creator of CreatingMinds.org, where he shares his wealth of insight and action on the art and science of creativity and imagination. Design can be your best […]