Creativity 101

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 3/30/11 Creativity We are thinking, reasoning human beings. We have the  ability to identify our needs, to plan, to set goals, and  to solve our problems. The characteristics of a creative  person can be used to develop solutions for seemingly  insurmountable obstacles. We can use originality to  overcome opposition. We can develop new ways to help  others resolve difficult situations in their lives. The creative approach is a disciplined approach to meet  life’s needs. Creative thinking is not a substitute for  education, integrity, or living the commandments. Nor  is it a shortcut around the challenges of life. Creative 
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 3/30/11 Creativity Creative people must have a constant curiosity. They  should be constantly observing and listening to new  ideas. They should be willing to admit that someone  else’s solution might be better. And they should learn  the lessons provided by previous experience—both  their own and others’. May each of us use our creative reasoning to do all in  our power to solve our problems and then look to the  Lord for the reassuring, peaceful confirmation that we  have made the right decision. Surely then our harvest  will be plentiful.
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 3/30/11 Creativity Someone once said to a hesitant, prospective  woodcarver who didn’t know quite how to begin,  “Start making some chips!” Our first feeble attempts at creativity are often no 
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This note was uploaded on 03/29/2011 for the course RMYL 320 taught by Professor Mcgovern during the Spring '11 term at BYU.

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