Creativity is a trait many consider to be unlearnable—they believe it arises out of innate talent or a similarly abstract aptitude. But what if I told you that there were things you could do to foster your creative side?
As it turns out, creativity is more akin to a learned skill than an innate quality. If we consider creativity to be the ability to extend ideas given a basic premise, this sort of extrapolation should be dependent on observing patterns and thus be trainable. Creativity is all about finding new ways of solving problems and approaching situations. This isn’t a skill restricted to artists, musicians or writers; it is a useful skill for people from all walks of life. The creative process is very important. Nothing can be left to chance or luck. Every aspect of a creative project, from the original idea to its conception and design, requires utmost diligence and preparation to ensure a great product.