Tuesday, November 27, 2007

Question of the Day:

Do you think that creativity in one area fires creativity in another, (relatively)unrelated area? And that stopping the flow of creativity to one area changes the flow to the others? And would doing this make creativity in the other areas boost or flagg?
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5 Comments:

Rhonda Stapleton said...

GOOD question...I do think creativity can flow if you allow it to flow in other areas...as far as stemming it, I'm not sure...

Bernita said...

Yes.
Creativity is a basic urge and force and will spill out somewhere if damned up, like water.

Robyn said...

I know when I'm feeling creatively plugged, I stick in the Andrew Lloyd Webber DVD's. Hearing that epic, overwrought music stirs me up.

spyscribbler said...

Great question! I notice I have creative times. If I spend all my morning creative at one task, it's harder to call up that creativity later in the day for something else.

And what Bernita said! :-)

Barrie said...

I've thought about this question, and I've decided that I'm not particularly creative in too many areas! So, for me, the writing flows and I feel good. But if I try another area, like say piano playing, the creativity will come to a dead halt....because I'm not good at music. :)