In this episode of The Creative Life Podcast David Burkus talks about the common myths of creativity. David Burkus is a writer, speaker, teacher and podcast host whose books include The Myths of Creativity and Under New Management but you’ll also find him writing for Harvard Business Review, Fast Company and Inc Magazine. When not writing or traveling to speak around the world he teaches at Oral Roberts University where he holds the position of Associate Professor of Management.
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In this episode, you’ll learn:
- Bringing up creative children
- Carol Dwek and the growth mindset
- The myth of the muses
- Pre-game creative rituals
- Elizabeth Gilbert & Steven Pressfield
- The creative class
- The originality myth
- Hofstede country comparisons
- The eureka myth
Resources mentioned in this episode:
- Apple Device Syncing
- Music for Airports by Brian Eno
- The Opposable Mind by Roger L. Martin
- David Burkus website
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