Cornelius, North Carolina has a zesty creative scene. Not because everyone is artsy, but because there are creative people there who serve the community.
There’s a great line in Alice in Wonderland when the Queen says, “Sometimes I think of 6 impossible things before breakfast.” I think you’ll agree that this has to be creativity at its best!
As a small business owner this is an ideal you really need to strive for… but how on earth can you open up your mind to get to the point where ideas just spill out?
How can you be a creative entrepreneur?
Guy Kawasaki at TEDxBerkeley 2014: “Rethink. Redefine. Recreate.” His talk is titled “The Art of Innovation.”
Guy Kawasaki is a special advisor to the Motorola business unit of Google. He is also the author of APE, What the Plus!, Enchantment, and nine other books.
Of all the creative problem solving techniques used for innovation, the one that is the most fun is concept-combination.
There are many creative problem solving techniques used by inventors to come up with new solutions to old problems. For sheer innovation, though, it’s hard to beat the technique of concept-combination.
Just start combining ideas and things, and voila, you’re having fun – and maybe creating something new.
I was introduced to Elizabeth by Megan Barnes of The Mogul Mom. Megan was kind enough to send me a beautiful handmade Christmas card from Elizabeth’s Etsy shop – I was in love the moment I saw it!
This was followed by an email introduction to this wonderfully creative entrepreneur and eventually led to this great interview.
People confuse creativity with innovation all the time.
“Innovation is doing new things. Creativity is thinking up new things” – Theodore Levitt
In this video, Dr. Edward de Bono talks about innovation vs creativity.
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