15 Aug 2012

CREATIVITY, THAT CONUNDRUM

(photo from TGD by Brian Bloom)



From an interview with Seth Godin, the lecturer and entrepreneur:

I think “creativity” is better described as failing repeatedly until you get something right. I was encouraged by both my parents—my mom, who had a background in the arts, and my dad, who comes from both business and the arts—to always be putting on a show, doing an experiment, or trying something new, so I was failing from a very early age.


You can read the whole interview at:

http://thegreatdiscontent.com/seth-godin?utm_source=swissmiss&utm_campaign=a4867c5d90-RSS_EMAIL_CAMPAIGN&utm_medium=email









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