Today AirTalk kicks off a semi-regular series on creativity that looks at emerging research in the field. In terms of science, creativity often gets a bum rap for being overly squishy or merely mystical. But researchers say there’s a strong correlation between creativity and happiness, which makes it worth study and discussion. When it comes to creativity, we often think about the Mozarts and Bill Gates of the world. But creativity isn’t limited to Big-C geniuses. Nor, is it limited to little-c everyday creativity like trying new restaurants. There are models in between and ways for kids and adults to cultivate more creativity in their lives. We’ll talk about those models and methods and explore real-world applications. How is creativity measured? Can anyone be creative? Is creativity appreciated or discouraged in your workplace or your kid’s classroom?
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