Why should we train our creativity?
In order to expand our repertoire. In order to enable us to handle the increasing complexity. In order to get better at seeing new possibilities. In order to get more out of life. In order to create a life for ourselves that is more giving.
There are countless benefits
A life full of curiosity, motivation, and laughter is a life filled with possibilities, good relationships, and ideas for better solutions of large and small problems alike.
A work life filled with positivity, confidence, and openness is a work life with personal development, utilization of every competence, and creative, versatile, and enriching collaboration.
In many ways, creativity training is similar to training the muscles in your body. You have to start small, test the waters, wait for the habit to be built to the point, where you can’t do without it. And it might take several tries before you succeed.
You can choose from many different training methods. There are many creative muscles to train. So choose the muscles and the methods you think give you the most and which are the most fun.
We wish you all the best!
Creative Fitness – train your creativity – e-book
This e-book is an inspiration to people and workplaces having realized that it’s a good idea to train creativity. In a simple and easily digestible language it describes creativity and what you can obtain from being creative.
Each chapter gives you:
- Inspiration in the form of a handpicked video
- Description of the benefits you obtain from practicing this creative setting
- Exercises and reflections
- Clear overview of the creative muscles you exercise
- Links to more videos and articles
“I highly recommend this book. It’s innovative. It’s creative and it’s written with such positivity which is exactly what creativity is supposed to radiate.” Gitte Ballesheim, actor
“I’ve read your book and I think it’s amazing. Easy to read, good exercises and funny video clips – makes me laugh and train my laughing muscles. I will take the exercises with me to work and try them out. At last a book that tells me how to train my creativity and change my boring non-creative habits.” Kristine Andersen, Head of Education PAU, UCC University of Applied Sciences
Facts about the book
E-book, pdf: Creative Fitness – Train your creativity – 88 pages
Authors: Lene Bornemann and Ulla Tønner