Picasso famously said “All children are born artists. The problem is to remain artists until we grow up.”
If you enter a kindergarten you will encounter some of the best creative thinking anywhere: finger paintings with pink and green people and blue dogs and polka-dot skies, imaginative stories of fairies and magical, far-away places. Young children are naturally creative. They must create ways to learn and construct a world view from a collection of initially disconnected events, colours, movement and sound. So what happens between the open, effortless experimentation of our childhood and the blocks in creative thinking experienced by many adults?
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Don’t leave it too late – Book well in advance.
Great performers book out quickly. The busiest periods for corporate entertainers is the ‘Christmas rush’ (OCT – DEC). The most popular entertainers are booked up to a year in advance for this period, in particular our fabulous show bands. To avoid disappointment during this time, be prepared to plan early and book well in advance!
Below are 12 innovator attributes which we can learn and aspire to and nurture in others: