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  • Fifty Shades of Failure

    Is failure inherent to innovation? Should be embrace failure or merely accept it as a fact? And are all failures alike?

  • On Building Skills and Quick Wins

    Take the longer path to develop your skills and you will reach places you have never imagined.

  • Creative Break

    Do you ever find yourself stuck in an infinite thinking-loop? There is a way to break the loop, to put your problem on hold and to let your mind find a detour to solve the problem.

  • The Playful Manifesto

    Creativity thrives when you play. But this doesn't mean you need to build a fancy physical playground. Instead, we should focus on the mental playground: creating the right atmosphere, mindset, and intrinsic motivation to play, and create value along the way.

  • What Companies Can Learn from Artists to Improve Innovation

    Creativity is the driving force of innovation. Without creativity, innovation might be just luck. And since creativity plays such a major role in the process of innovation, we might as well learn from the professionals whose life is creative by definition.

  • Habit 0

    There is a connection between being imaginative and being highly effective. Before we start the journey of improving effectiveness, we must master the ability to see things differently and... imagine.

  • Get in Gear

    Imagine a classroom full of kids exploring and researching questions they came up with. Imagine that instead of learning predefined curated material, each of these kids goes on a journey - a path paved with curiosity, creativity, discovery, and imagination, leading to a place we cannot identify in advance.

  • Choose to be Creative

    We are all born creative, so why many of us feel we are not? The choice is in our hands!

  • Get in Shape

    Getting in shape physically and improving creativity have much in common. Mainly, we are so good at making excuses as to why we can't do it!

  • Be Open

    Creativity does not start with a solution. It starts with a problem. Creativity is not a search for something someone else thought of - it's not a guessing game. Do all these brain-teasers we come across really have something to do with creativity?

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