Basically, we all have forces in our lives — at home, on the job, and elsewhere—that help us achieve creativeness as well as forces working against our creativity. The larger the number of positive forces you have and the greater the strength of those forces in relation to the negative forces, the more highly realized you can become creatively. Conversely, the larger the number negative forces you have and the greater the strength of those forces in relation to your positive forces, the more stifled you are creatively.
The same goes for your company, department, or work group, your family unit, your Thursday night jam session, and so on.
The objectives are quite simple. First, identify the forces working for and against your creativeness. Once those forces have been identified, use the insights and recommendations in this book to increase the positive forces or add additional positive forces. And, perhaps more important, use this book to help you work at diminishing the negative forces on the other side of the energy field.
The result? More healthy conditions for creativity to flourish.
Was this article helpful?