Everyone has different creative capabilities, but everyone has the capacity for creativity. In fact, we all create every single day. Even when working your day job, you can always look for ways to be creative in whatever you are doing. Controlled and inspired chaos is just as important as discipline and focus.
In this issue of The Pulse, we share a TEDx Talk by Kermit the Frog, discussing how passion, perseverance and collaboration with friends and colleagues can unlock inspired creativity. Approaching every day with an attitude of openness and a lack of preconceptions can lead to true innovation.
Sometimes, what you don't know can be more valuable than what you do. Time and again, rookies are outperforming veterans of the industry because they live on the learning curve. They aren't afraid to try new things and aren't inhibited by the knowledge of what will and won't work. This trend demonstrates how learning can oftentimes beat knowing in the world of business.
In this issue of The Pulse, we share the principle of rookie smarts and the 10 rules to follow to start thinking like a rookie as explained in Liz Wiseman's book Rookie Smarts - Why Learning Beats Knowing in the New Game of Work.