You can be creative in anything – in math, science, engineering, philosophy – as much as you can in music or in painting or in dance. – Sir Ken Robinson
There is a misconception that creativity only applies to the arts, but that is not true. Creativity applies to everything we do. First, what is creativity? Creativity is the process of creating something new and worthwhile. Or, creativity is the process of making stuff. Thus, we can create something new and worthwhile in everything we do. You can create something new in science, in business, in education, even in government. We can create new stuff at home, on the job, while we play, or as we vacation. Creativity can happen anyplace and at any time.
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