Sep 26, 2019
When we think about creativity, we often think of select professions and skillsets. For instance, one might associate an accounting job as non-creative and a designer job as creative.
But as I’ve been learning, creativity isn’t just artistic prowess modeled on a stage or Shark Tank, but a universal experience. As I discuss in this episode, even if our jobs lack innovation, we can still define environments and scopes to solve problems and improve processes; hence, why we should all see our roles as creative contributors, whether we’re making the ‘magic’ or setting the table for it.