We Say We Like Creativity, but We Really Don’t

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In the United States we are raised to appreciate the accomplishments of inventors and thinkers—creative people whose ideas have transformed our world.

Marci Segal, MS‘s insight:

Are you like the many written about in this article? Do you say you want creativity on one hand and then, on the other don’t really want it at all? Is that what it’s like in your organization?

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3 thoughts on “We Say We Like Creativity, but We Really Don’t”

  1. Reblogged this on UnglueYou and commented:
    There’s a line in this article that keeps me motivated it says ‘Truly creative ideas take a very long time to be accepted. The better the idea, the longer it might take.’ Sometimes I think it’s because people don’t understand the idea or find it hard to believe it will work because it’s such a different approach. These are the challenges I am facing with my creative business, but I’m in it for the long haul. I’d be interested to know if anyone else has had a similar experience.

  2. So true. Why is it that creative ideas take long to put into place. It can be so fustrating especially when you know it truly is a good idea.

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