Being creative does not mean having all the answers.
It means not being afraid to ask questions.
It means wanting to do things differently to how they have always been done.
Because creativity is democratic.
It has no face, class or socioeconomic status.
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Creativity is not a talent; it’s a skill. And like all skills, it can be developed. Yes, creativity is dynamic, inclusive, democratic. It is directly related to well-being and productivity and has been cited as the main source of economic-social growth in the 21st century.
Creativity is inherent to human beings.
Despite different perspectives in the definition of creativity, some aspects are shared by several researchers, who in general agree that creativity involves the production of new and useful answers. It is also consensual that creativity is a multifaceted phenomenon, which involves cognitive, environmental and personality components and which is related to past experiences.
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