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I always thought that creativity was something that you had to be born with, I did not realize it was a skill that you could actually build and become better with practice.
Growth comes from new ideas, and they have to come from somewhere, why not come from us?
When you’re having dialogue with other people from other perspectives, it can really open you up to possibilities that you would never have imagined possible
Every business has a vision. Creativity is important to solving the problems that are going to get in the way of you accomplishing your vision.
Creativity is desperately needed in Agriculture. It could be used on every farm in this country.
We have the opportunity to capture all the innovations in technology and bring that to the healthcare delivery system. That's where we need to be innovative. That’s where we need to be creative.
Roger Firestien gave a talk at the virtual TEDx Omaha event on February 18, 2021
The theme of TEDx Omaha 2021 was IGNITE.
Meet Dr. Susan Whittaker principle of the Summit Academy in Getzville, New York. I conducted a Creative Problem Solving workshop with all 300 staff members of the Summit Academy. This session lead to a year- long project that was designed to infuse Creative Problem Solving methods into the academy.
Creativity isn’t some mysterious ability that only a few people possess. Creativity is a skill. Just like you learned to ride a bicycle, you can learn how to be creative. You can turn on your creativity at will instead of waiting for ideas to happen.
Dr. Roger Firestien, Senior Faculty Member at the Center for Applied Imagination at SUNY Buffalo State speech at the Creativity Expert Exchange, October 2017. I fell in love with creativity in 1977.
Dr. Roger Firestien, Innovation Consultant – Keynote address at Northern Chautauqua Community Foundation Economic Development Summit, May 2017. Creativity and Innovation isn’t just for corporations. It is for anyone looking to improve their community—whether in business, government, nonprofits, or education.
What does a doctor, a teacher, a government leader, an advertising executive, a priest, and a farmer all have in common? They are all using Creative Problem Solving to create breakthroughs. Take a look at this four-minute video. AND WATCH OUT FOR THE COWS.
I was honored to be able to provide the voice-over for the 50th-anniversary celebration animation video for the Center for Applied Imagination.
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