If you’re wondering why you just can’t be creative or you’re almost losing that sense of hope of being able to generate a creative idea one day, well, don’t lose hope – just yet.
You see, HOPE is a prerequisite of creativity.
Without hope, taking such a task as innovating becomes difficult, if not, impossible. After all, why bother if there is no hope for a successful future?
Hope is a powerful element in innovation at work because creativity requires challenging the status quo and the willingness to try and possibly fail.
Join me today as I discuss the value of hope as it relates to creative output.
In this episode you’ll hear:
- A 2009 study correlating hope and creativity
- What is hope and why it’s important
- A practical story from J&J
- The modes of hoping (5 types of hope)
Resources from this episode:
Darren Webb’s research on Modes of Hoping: https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/0952695107079335
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