Debunking 3 Common Myths of Creative Thinking

Do not let negative thinking stop you or your business from pursuing potentially great new ideas. Mark Donnolo clears up three falsehoods that inhibit creative thinking.

False Trues

The first myth is, “I’m not a creative person.” Creative processes and principles can be learned, and through repeatedly employing them, you will eventually come up with fresh ideas. The second myth is, “Innovation doesn’t apply to my role.” You needlessly limit what is possible with thinking like this. Every job offers room for innovation, and the best businesses will have leaders who reinforce this idea to their employees. The last myth is, “I don’t work for a creative company.” Again, all companies have the capacity to be creative, and it is up to leadership to foster a creative atmosphere. Only the leadership can rectify this myth. You can read the original post here:

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