The Lies We Tell Ourselves About Creativity

Americans love to give lip service to creativity, celebrating imaginative artists and innovators and calling for “out of the box” ideas. Yet when we encounter creativity in real time — before we know whether an unusual or outlandish idea will pay off — we’re all too quick to reject it, argues Jessica Olien.

Read the source article at Harvard Business Review

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