Tap into Your Inner-Kid for Big Ideas

[MCCALL'S MAGAZINE, KIDS IN LINEN CLOSET]

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Kids really do say the funniest things. This week when looking at a man who is losing his hair, my 4-year old remarked, “That guy must be really smart. His brains are growing through his head.” (Hmm) Now, wouldn’t that be something?

His comment reminded me of a similar observation from my 7-year old when he was in preschool. He used to give us a really hard time about combing his hair. Finally, my husband figured out why. One day after combing his hair,  my son asked, “Is my hair gray now?”

My husband replied, “Why? Do you think because I comb my hair, and it is gray, that your hair will turn gray too?”

My son nodded, “Yes.”

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3 Truths About Innovative Companies

Leonardo da Vinci is well known for his creati...

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It seems talk of innovation is everywhere. In the news, in world events, in boardrooms around the globe. Innovation may just be the buzzword of this generation. With all the talk of innovation, why are so many companies struggling to become more innovative? I believe creativity, vital to innovation, has been overlooked. I created this SlideShare presentation, titled “3 Truths About Innovative Companies” to explore the topic of creativity in business. In this module, you’ll learn:

  • How to become a more creative organization
  • How to get more creativity in less time
  • How to create a climate for creativity