We are all creative, and we create in different and valuable ways.
From dive-by birthday parties and virtual celebrations to driveway concerts and late-night talk shows hosted from home, the coronavirus pandemic has forced us all to be more creative in our everyday lives. We’re experiencing a paradigm shift, meaning that there’s a “fundamental change in the basic concepts and experimental practices of a scientific discipline.”
And yes, that’s everyone. Not just business leaders. Not just artists. The four C’s of creativity reaffirm that all of us are creative, regardless of our status or position.
“This pandemic has shown us what I have been telling people for 40 years.”