Too Fast To Think Podcast: Are You Ready to Reclaim Your Creativity?
“If you ask a group of four-year-olds, who is an artist or who is creative, most will put their hands up. If you ask them again at the age of 14, only one or two will put their hands up.”
Why? Chris Lewis answers this, and more about creativity and individual thought, in the new Too Fast To Think podcast. In this six-part series, listeners are challenged to explore the crucial traits that are inherently linked to creation and innovation.
Inspired by the Too Fast To Think book, the podcast exposes how our exhausting work and education culture are affecting our health as well as our minds. The series reveals how we can change the way we critically think based on findings in cognitive research and lessons from both historic and personal experiences.
Are you ready to reclaim your creativity in a hyper-connected work culture?
If we want to be creative, we must be careful of how much noise we allow in our lives. In this episode, learn about the obstacles that challenge our creative potentials and how information overload is changing the way we think and act.
Are you a creative? Don’t fail to recognize that there are a variety of creative types and forms. In this episode, learn how different types of intelligence influence the creative process and how creativity can be used as a problem-solving tool.
How cognitively impaired are you? For creative minds to function properly, we need to nurture the logic and conceptuality that is inherent in all of us. In this episode, learn how sleep, doing nothing and trusting your innate creative facilities can help you succeed in an always-on world.
Creativity is not just a nice to have. It is mandatory to have for people to be sustainable. In this episode, learn about the importance of conversation and play in the creative process.
Can asking one question help you become more creative? In this episode, learn how creativity can be triggered, what it means to “think out of the box” and how to know when the creative process is complete.
Creativity plays a central role in building potential. What would happen if we had an inability to be curious? In this episode, learn about the dangers of complacency and look into the future of creative thinking.