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Areas in Culture to Encourage More Creativity

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Author: J. T. Cane

Below is a list of areas to bolster creativity. Now you may be thinking, “I’m not creative” or “Where do I need to be creative in my life?” or “Why should I care about creativity in culture?” The answer is, all of us are creative on a daily basis– that’s how we survive. Also, being able to solve problems or being more effective in taking on challenges and dealing with life’s difficulties maturely and successfully is a very large part of being creative, personally and globally. Getting along with others at times takes a great deal of creative thinking.  Creativity is the source of everything that exists.

Embrace creativity! Our Soul depends on it!

  • Encouraging more diversity through multi-ethnic clubs would enable individuals to experience different points of view and lifestyles.
  • Encourage humans to look at their lives, specifically their work and contemplate their level of satisfaction with who they are and what they are doing in connection with the greater whole, conceptually.
  • Encourage people to use their signature strengths, things one is good at and to achieve gratification in those main areas of life.
  • Encourage individuals to pursue gratifying work as it is done for its own sake rather than for the material benefits it brings.
  • Find ways to promote that creativity is valued more. Show how it is valued.
  • More exposure: knowing what is available
  • Promote the true definition of culture and how a variety of skills and shared beliefs can be an asset to society. Show how it is valued.
  • Teach philanthropy in schools and advocate the idea of support for the common good of others. Help young people to understand that these individuals, groups, and organizations are essential to the well-being of people everywhere.
  • Become a more right brain society. We have developed as a factory society.
  • Change old ‘Puritan’ behaviors.
  • Reward innovative behaviors.
  • Change the male-dominated point of view.

About the Author

For over 15 years, John Cane has helped over 100,000 individuals in areas of Self Improvement. John is a Life Coach, motivational speaker and writer who develops and implements confidence and self-esteem workshops in Baltimore, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, New York, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia. With a background in Psychology, he has six certifications in Personal Growth and Development. His Journal Books, ‘Important Things I Remember from My Parents’ are used in schools and as an aid for adults in gaining strength in self identity in the United States and Europe.

John Cane is the founder of Edge Advantage, Inc. Edge Advantage ( is a personal development organization dedicated to research-based, practical psychology training. Our focus is on communication, individual performance, and reducing stress. The objective of John’s websites is to bring the most current developments from these areas to those who use them everyday, educating in a form that is clear and practical. John is the webmaster of Self Help Guides Online (.com) and See the Obvious (.com). He is currently pursuing his Graduate Degree in Psychology & Interdisciplinary Inquiry at Saybrook University, Oakland, California. His specialization, Psychology of Creativity Studies focuses on a growth-oriented perspective emphasizing human potential, intended to broaden an in-depth understanding of the everyday creativity every individual possesses.

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