Creativity is an ability to see something unusual and original in the most ordinary things and solving problems in a unique way. It is not inherited and is not present in our genes. Thus, everyone can learn how to think and act creatively.
Psychologists claim that a person who constantly trains his brain and analyzes other people's progress in creativity will produce own creative ideas eventually.
Creative thinking is associated with the right brain hemisphere, responsible for our emotions and intuition. So, how to develop creative thinking efficiently?
The first thing that is required is a psychological attitude. The atmosphere of the everyday routine influences perception and causes a dull mood. Try to look at the world around, as if you see everything for the first time.
The amazing PV Art Portal Freebies section will help you with this. Our team has gathered numerous resources that will help to develop creative thinking in children and adults. Try your hand at various types of crafts, and discover information and activities to your liking.
Learn to sing or play guitar with really supportive, easy to follow lessons, or examine dozens of e-books on different topics.
Here you will also find very comprehensive drawing tutorials, lists of museums and art exhibits throughout the world, free online art classes and even creative writing classes.
For those who are fond of music and dancing, we offer numerous free courses online. There are also free journalism courses, free piano lessons, and craft ideas for kids and adults, just to name a few.
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We all have incredible potential to invent approaches to solving problems, generate new ideas and take a fresh look at the world. You just need to start doing it. Even the least creative people can achieve a lot with simple steps. Each of us has the ability to be creative. You just need a desire to develop it in yourself.
“Creativity is just connecting things. When you ask creative people how they did something, they feel a little guilty because they didn't really do it, they just saw something. It seemed obvious to them after a while. That's because they were able to connect experiences they've had and synthesize new things.” Steve Jobs