I am addicted. There, I said it.
There is not a home improvement, fix-and-flip or “how it is made” show on TV that I don’t watch. Even if I have seen the episode before, I find myself excitedly watching and waiting for the “big reveal” or to see how it all comes together or to hear the story behind the story.
In his 2006 TED talk, Sir Ken Robinson, a former university professor, said this about creativity:
“We don’t grow into creativity. We grow out of it. We are actually educated out of it.”
For most people, the word “collaboration” is a business buzzword that makes us feel queasy.
It produces flashbacks to school and being given the dreaded group assignment. While the intention was to teach people to work together, it actually taught us that one or two people do all the work and everyone else gets the credit.