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Be Creative Learning to be creative. Presented by Mohammad Javad Shamani
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What is Creativity? Newly developed idea or… Newly derived connection between ideas
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creativity Einstein : “Imagination is more important than knowledge.” Adams : “The combination of seemingly disparate parts into a functioning, useful whole.” Picasso : “Every act of creation is an act of destruction” and “art is a lie that makes us realize the truth.”
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Who can be creative? ANYONE can be creative!
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We all have creative moments! Do you listen? Day dreams Inspirational flashes Night dreams Ideas while walking
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How can they help? 1. Visionary leadership 2. Strategic thinking 3. Forecasting/planning 4. Solving problems 5. Working with people 6. Creative writing
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Generating Ideas Most creativity actually stems from trying to create a solution for a problem.
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moments can facilitate confidence in dealing with the “unknown”
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