True creativity should include a compounded effort of conceptual and visual output that takes a specific type of mindset to develop. Over the years, the term creativity unfortunately took on a new meaning when arrogant business owners started using it just to brand their products. To truly get a grip on your creative process, it is imperative to ask yourself questions such as, “What is the genuine meaning of approaching something from a creative standpoint” or, “At its best potential, what does this process have the ability to achieve?”
- When someone is described as a creative, that means that individual is making a living from the visual or conceptual aspects of his or her creativity.
- It’s time for us to scrap the long-held definition of what it means to be a creative and begin anew since it can change our thinking and work attitudes.
- Creativity is nothing short of problem-solving and thinking laterally and most persons using Excel and Powerpoint are more creative than those using Photoshop.
“The misconception is that you are only a creative if you can draw, write copy, or produce something visual using Creative Suite.”
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