Thu, 16 March 2017
Many of us think of creativity as an isolated incident - a flash of brilliance that inspires a bold painting or a perfect business decision. Yet research increasingly finds that discipline is key to fostering creativity.
Erik Wahl begins this interview by sharing his love of art and the core mission of his book - to dispel the idea that creativity is a fleeting, singular moment rather than a daily practice. We talk about the coexistence of strict routine and freedom of mind, and how artists and successful businesses alike apply these principles to their work. Erik also shares his thoughts on why it's okay to keep a day job to protect your ability to create without commoditizing your work.
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