Nurturing creativity

 
In one of the most popular TED talks, Sir Ken Robinson explores how schools are affecting creativity. “You don’t grow into creativity, you grow out of it,” he notes.

An Open Forum

By exploring her own creativity, my daughter really came out of her shell. It made a tremendous difference in her self confidence. It is an aspect that should be considered and nurtured at a young age. I feel incredibly privileged to have been able to provide her that opportunity and to showcase it in this book. I will also highlight some of that work on the My Heart Never Lies Facebook page. I encourage everyone to use that forum to also showcase their children’s work. They have much to be proud of.

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12 thoughts on “Nurturing creativity”

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    1. Thanks for the comment! I suspect you are right. As Einstein noted: The true sign of intelligence is not knowledge but imagination. I firmly believe this to be true and try to encourage it in my children. I wish schools would make it more of a focus. I think creativity was certainly behind Steve Jobs’ genius. I look forward to seeing technology and creativity meld even further and the results that are born from it.

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