In this classic talk on creativity, John Cleese talks about finding your “open” and “closed” modes of creativity (viewing time = 36 mins, 10 secs.):

  • http://www.scoop.it/t/daily-clippings/p/4014890607/2014/01/27/john-cleese-creativity-isn-t-a-talent-it-s-a-way-of-operating John Cleese: “Creativity Isn’t a Ta...

    […] Telling people how to be creative is easy — it is only being creative that is difficult.”  […]

  • http://www.higherextent.com/ Kevin Bradberry

    Outstanding. Watched every second. Cleese helped me realize that I’m more of a Creative than I realized.

  • Emil Møller

    Nice with danish subtitles, wonder if it’s air’ed in danish tv.

  • http://www.scoop.it/t/writer-creativity-freelancing/p/4015207861/2014/02/02/john-cleese-creativity-isn-t-a-talent-it-s-a-way-of-operating-99u John Cleese: “Creativity Isn't a Talent, ...

    […] Telling people how to be creative is easy — it is only being creative that is difficult.”  […]

  • http://gregswan.net/2014/02/15/john-cleese-creativity-isnt-a-talent-its-a-way-of-operating/ John Cleese: “Creativity Isn’t a Talent, It’s a Way of Operating” « GREG SWAN

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  • Stephanie Hofbauer

    I hung on every word. Great speech and great ideas.

  • Micah Conger

    Fascinating.

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