Often creativity is misinterpreted as a talent, but in fact it is more of a mode of operation. We all have an inherent creative side, it’s just a matter of allowing it to breath. During our workshops, people are astounded at the ‘creative talent’ in their group… but really all that is happening is that we give people permission to play and explore.
I found this talk by John Cleese so inspiring and very helpful, from a man who should know a thing or two about creative thinking. Have a quick look… he shows two really simple things that you can do to trigger your own creativity.