Author. Speaker. Educational Consultant.
Believes creativity is as important as literacy and we should treat it with the same status.
Thinks school “reform” is of no use because it only seeks to improve on a broken model and that we need a revolution in education as opposed to an evolution of it.
“If you’re not prepared to be wrong, you’ll never come up with anything original.”
Thinks of human talents like natural resources – they are always there, but you may never discover them.
Believes people misunderstand what creativity is and too often confuse it with being artistic.
“The question is not how creative are you, the question is how are you creative?”
Thinks being in your element means more than just doing something you’re good at – you also have to do something you love.
Believes there’s a great deal you can do to make yourself more creative.
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