One of my most strongly-held beliefs about creativity, that’s gone on to drastically shape both how I use creativity in my own life and how I explain it to others, comes from Maya Angelou. As she put it, “You can’t use up creativity. The more you use, the more you have.” This concept of creativity being a resource that grows with each use and diminishes in strength when left tucked away in silence, runs counterintuitive to how we view most finite business resources like time and money. One of the most common themes that continued to surface in 30 Days…

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