Perhaps this is a model for your wciw 2016.
Thanks so much for all of your help to spread the energy and the word about World Creativity and Innovation Week April 15-21 (WCIW 2015).
WCIW 2016 is our 15th anniversary and it would be great to double, triple, quadruple our reach so everyone on the planet can engage in meaningful ways.
This year 26 countries, that we know of, participated in 57 different celebrations. See wciw.org/wciw-2015 for specifics and scroll through the blog posts too.
Here are the percentage increases and the counts for each social media platform
wciw.org followers – 18% to 3402
FB page likes – 22% to 842
FB group members – 17% to 821
@worldcreativity followers – 12% to 2788
Linked in group members – 6% to 693
All of this was achieved through volunteers (thank you!!) who want to enable people to make a the world a better place in ways that are relevant to their individual contexts.
It was a great year everyone, let’s continue to collaborate, coordinate, communicate and create a greater community for sharing ideas and lending support to open doors for new potentials to emerge.
Your ideas are always welcome.
As the creative year 2015 begins, may you have a good day.
At times when I invite people to participate in generating new ideas, making new decisions, and/or taking new actions that make the world a better place and that make their place in the world better during WCIW they say, no, I already do that, I don’t need a special time to do it.
I tell them that this week is not about them, it is about us, the planet.
Imagine, I say, when everyone experiences moments of inspired joy as doors for emergent potential open at the same time.
That’s the wish. Happy World Creativity and Innovation Day and beyond.
Chelsie Snow, owner of Bricolage and instructor of Creative Bootcamp, an 8-week program on how to wield creativity, believes all majors are creative.
A good example to consider in all schools, no?
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