Creative thinkers, visionaries, innovators, creative geniuses, outside the box thinkers, border jumpers, misfits, rebels, troublemakers, round pegs in the square holes, seemingly strange among their peers, disruptive, restless, colorful, wonky, seers, dream weavers - call them what you will but they can not be ignored - they SHOULD NOT be ignored. Sometimes they fall through the cracks, are disregarded, labeled, falsely diagnosed, or simply get the uniqueness beaten out of them.
At An Inspired Mind, this is our mission, our purpose, our passion, to make sure none of this happens. We realized what was our destiny in this world is to acknowledge, embrace and celebrate the creative thinker. To ensure that they have the best environments to thrive, both in business and in schools. That they are understood and never disregarded.
Creative thinking is defined as divergent thinking, out-of-the-box thinking - thinking that moves away in diverging directions so as to involve a variety of aspects and which sometimes lead to novel ideas and solutions; associated with creativity.
Creatives see the world differently. They are original, often highly emotional. They’re dreamers who are often labeled as troublemakers, eccentrics and procrastinators because they don’t always work traditionally. In the 1960s, psychologist and creativity researcher Frank X. Barron set about finding out what creative genius really was. Barron conducted a series of experiments on some of his generation’s most renowned thinkers in an attempt to isolate the unique spark of creative genius. Barron wrote that the creative genius was “both more primitive and more cultured, more destructive and more constructive, occasionally crazier and yet adamantly saner, than the average person.”
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