The Art of Creativity

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The Art of Creativity by Mind Map: The Art of Creativity

1. Looking at things

2. https://www.psychologytoday.com/intl/articles/199203/the-art-creativity

3. Creativity in Children

3.1. Creativity killers in kids

3.1.1. Surveillance

3.1.2. Evaluation

3.1.3. Competition

3.1.4. Overcontrol

3.1.5. Pressure

3.1.6. Time

3.2. The kernel of creativity

3.2.1. Drive to explore

3.2.2. Desire

3.2.2.1. Find out about things

3.2.3. Try things out

3.2.4. Experiment with different ways

3.2.5. Handling things

3.3. State of creativity

3.3.1. Flow

3.3.1.1. Timeless moment

3.4. Enjoyment

4. Creativity at Work

4.1. Key ideas

4.1.1. Small is better

4.1.1.1. Size affects creativity

4.1.2. Climbing together

4.1.3. Vanquishing negativity

4.1.3.1. building feelings of trust

4.1.3.2. respect

4.1.4. Valuing intuition

4.1.4.1. Making intuitive decisions

4.2. Creative ideas

4.2.1. Innovations in management

4.2.2. Improvements in distribution methods

4.2.3. New ideas for financing a business

4.2.4. Elimination of restrictive job descriptions

4.3. Changes

4.3.1. Interpretation of information

4.4. Interpretation

4.4.1. Creative act

4.4.1.1. Influenced by our feelings

4.4.1.2. Trusted by others

4.4.1.3. Confidence in our own intuition

5. Letting Go

5.1. Approacheas

5.1.1. Letting go physically

5.1.1.1. Dancing

5.1.1.2. Stretching

5.1.2. Letting go mentally

5.1.2.1. Meditating

5.1.2.2. Relaxation

5.1.2.3. Playing an instrument

5.1.2.4. Emotion

5.2. When people reflect

5.3. More creative

5.4. More expressive

5.5. Activities

6. Be Aware

6.1. Ideas for refocusing your perceptions

6.1.1. Deepening your creative capacity

6.1.1.1. Create a new pattern

6.1.1.2. Cool focus

6.1.1.3. Creative approach

6.1.2. Refocusing your perceptions

6.1.2.1. Routine changes

6.1.2.2. Think about how to change things

6.1.3. Get out of ordinary contexts

6.1.3.1. Invent a whole new pattern

7. Inside Creativity

7.1. Creative Moments

7.1.1. Mysterious

7.1.2. Creative Spirit

7.1.3. Special areas

7.1.4. Small challenges

7.1.5. Convencional

7.1.6. Originality

7.1.7. All of our creative acts express who we are at that moment.

7.2. The ability to see things

7.2.1. Vital

7.2.2. Try to see different perspectives

7.3. Creative problem-solving

7.3.1. Mistakes

7.3.1.1. Creative people make more mistakes than their imaginative peers

7.3.2. Fail to learn

7.3.2.1. Humor

7.3.2.1.1. Disarm the inner censor

7.3.3. Take it lightly

7.3.4. Brainstorming sessions

7.3.4.1. Seed

7.3.5. Team work

7.3.5.1. Jokes

7.4. Flow

7.4.1. Full of fire

7.4.1.1. White moments

7.4.2. People are at their peak

7.4.3. Self-consciousness disappears

7.4.4. Skills + challenge

7.4.5. Time seems to pass much more quickly

7.4.6. Brain expends less energy than when they are wrestling with a problem.

8. Creative People On Creativity

8.1. Creativity is mainly beginning to see the fabric of the structure

8.2. Creative people are committed to risk

8.3. Creativity comes by breaking the rules

8.4. Creativity is cutting holes to see through.

8.5. The most important thing to get into a creative spirit is to make time every day to do it

9. Steps in creative problem-solving

9.1. 1) Preparation

9.1.1. Let your imagination roam free

9.1.2. Listen openly and well

9.1.3. Self-censorship

9.2. 2) Incubation

9.2.1. Digest all you have gathered.

9.2.2. Daydream and relax

9.3. 3) Translation

9.3.1. Take your insight and transform it into action

9.3.2. Becomes useful to you and others

10. Students: Andrew Navas; Diego Roca; Luis David Escobar; Samantha Bhor