creative thinking

Being curious enough to ask the right questions of our 21st century digital world is more important than ever. Having a limitless diet of information at our fingertips is all very well, but it brings with it the potential hazard of consuming media like junk food; unhealthy and lacking in nutrition
Image: Kath Davis I am the co-founder of a social enterprise called The Possibility Project, we collaborate with below poverty
Shakespeare immortalised the beauty of a woman in his sonnet: Shall I compare thee to a summer's day? Over 400 years later
In our everyday lives, we need to be creative. Things come up that we didn't plan for: problems we didn't imagine we would
The sobriquets of 'old pro' and 'been doing it for years' are no longer the badges of honour of diligent, inspiring professionals who've dedicated years to becoming masters of their craft. Instead they're journeymen and women.
Just as vulnerability is helpful in the right doses, so is failure.
The era of 'left brain' predominance of the logical, linear, computer-based Information Age that it engendered are giving way to a new world of 'right brain' qualities that predominate, which are inventiveness, empathy and meaning. The future will belong to those with a right brain mindset - creators, empathisers, pattern-recognisers and 'meaning makers'.
By definition, success is accomplishing an aim or purpose. Success is subjective: to one it is working on Wall Street while
The simple fact is people don't look at a problem and think of the most direct way to solve it, they often seek the most expensive option.
Just as with cholera and scurvy, today's business leaders need to embrace new ways of doing business in order to survive.