Tuesday, May 11, 2010


Question: Is creativity a skill that can be developed, or an innate ability to think out of the box?

1 comment:

alexmc81 said...

I think it's both. I think that you can teach a "creative" way of looking at the world that will allow people that don't have it innately to be "creative."

I think there are other people that are so far beyond what you could possibly be taught about creativity in a human lifetime that you just can't be taught that. I don't think you can ever teach someone to be Mozart, for example, if they don't have it going on from the beginning. Not within 76 years anyway.