Intentional Creativity

“What does that mean?”

You are probably thinking, “You either are creative or you are not.”

Or, if you are an artistic type, perhaps you would say, “You can’t manufacture creativity. It comes and goes.”

I would like to push back to both of you. Here are two things I believe about creativity:

1) We are all creative.

2) Your environment determines your ability to create…and you decide on your environment.

I could go on and flush these out a little more. Let’s stop here though and see what you think.

Which of these two ideas is most difficult for you to believe? Please share in the comments section or on social media. 

Comments (3) Add yours ↓
  1. Jack Whedbee

    Yes, we are all creative, as we resemble the creator a bit. I agree that you decide on your environment, mostly mentally, using willpower of spirit. But it is hard to convince many folks of this, especially children. Kids rarely decide their own environment, and the beauty of free choice (you carry your environment with you) is a lesson that most of us adults have to revive often, sometimes several times a day.
    Wow, we just became environmentalists (mentalists/HolySpiritists). Happy Whole Year.

    January 12, 2016 Reply
  2. Jack Whedbee

    Yes, we are all creative, as we resemble the creator a bit. I agree that you decide on your environment, mostly mentally, using willpower of spirit. But it is hard to convince many folks of this, especially children. Kids rarely decide their own environment, and the beauty of free choice (you carry your environment with you) is a lesson that most of us adults have to revive often, sometimes several times a day.
    Wow, we just became environmentalists (mentalists/HolySpiritists). Happy Whole Year.

    January 12, 2016 Reply
    • adamsuter

      Thanks Jack. I appreciate your comment.

      January 12, 2016 Reply

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