Creativity is not accidental

Andy Dunn

Theatre For many people, having the confidence to express their ideas can really hold them back. And for organisations it can stop some of the most innovative and breakthrough ideas ever reaching the surface. The fear of being wrong, the fear of making mistakes and not being listened to can be hugely detrimental.

For other people, they can find themselves in continuos patterns of thinking and may need to reconnect to their creative spirit they may have forgotten. Their untapped potential is being wasted as they suppress their childhood gifts of creativity.

And for others, including many creative types, they may need to work on living more in the present and not flitting from one thing to another. To truly improvise, you must be in the present moment and respond to what in happening in front of you right now.

After spending 6 months learning from professional facilitators I want to…

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