Did you know it’s possible to increase your creativity and ability to innovate by becoming more curious? Creativity and innovation are especially essential for small business survival. Coming up with a creative way to differentiate your business is key for success. Yes, creative people may have been born with some special abilities, however, you too, can cultivate habits that maximize your ability to innovate. After researching exactly what makes the most creative people think the way they do, we’ve developed exercises that will help you think in the same creative ways.
When we are curious, we view tough situations more creatively.
Key points by end of course completion; you will be able to:
- identify key characteristics of creative people
- arrange your environment to stimulate your mind
- practice six exercises that will unleash your creativity and help you come up with new, innovative ideas
- identify and overcome your barriers to creativity
- put your all of your creative ideas to use in everyday life!
You will also get a workbook, graphics and other tools to help you implement and retain what you’ve learned.
What you will learn in each module:
Module 1: The Six Key Traits of Creative People
Module 2: Creating the Perfect Environment For Creativity
Module 3: Creative Exercise 1 – Free Writing
Module 4: Creative Exercise 2 – Randomizing
Module 5: Creative Exercise 3 – Doing the Opposite
Module 6: Creative Exercise 4 – Thinking Like a Child
Module 7: Creative Exercise 5 – Mind Mapping
Module 8: Creative Exercise 6 – SCAMPER
Module 9: Unlocking the Flow – Overcoming Common Barriers
Module 10: Conclusion and Getting Started
There is no other avenue to cultivating creative work aside from impassioned curiosity.
Why wait? Start cultivating your new habits now! Find out how curiosity cultivates creativity and what Harvard Business Review has to say in “The Business Case For Curiosity“. All of our courses are mobile friendly, so do, watch and listen on your smart device and learn something new today!
¹ Carr, Austin. “The Most Important Leadership Quality for CEOs? Creativity.” Fast Company, 30 July 2012, www.fastcompany.com/1648943/most-important-leadership-quality-ceos-creativity. Accessed 10 Sept. 2018.