Create, Then Deliver.
Creation must be made accessible for consumption. This is your real job. If you’re creative, you’re a business.
Creativity has many definitions. For me, creativity is solving problems in new ways and conceiving new ways of looking at the world.
Creativity can be expressed in many forms, like art, science, and thought. But creativity is all too often undiscoverable and incomprehensible.
Art, without distribution and discovery, moves nobody. Did it ever exist? Science, without clear explanation and advocacy, won’t be under- stood by the masses. Will it make an impact?
Thought, if not written down and shared with others, changes nothing. Does it matter?
Your ideas, if not captured and executed, affect nobody. Are they relevant?
Creation must be made accessible for consumption. This is your real job.
Execution, distribution, packaging, marketing, messaging, strategy, leadership . . . this is business.
Without great management and stewardship, creativity — like fire-works — will flash and then dim to dust.
The potential of creativity — and your ability to sustain yourself and serve others through creativity…
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