Do you ever feel like you’re stuck in a rut? How do you usually come up with creative solutions?
Maybe you get outside to recharge. Maybe you take a break and breath fresh air. Or maybe, you’re unsure where to begin. Not knowing where to start is always the scariest part of just about anything. If only you had that creative spark, right? Here’s the thing, you do! The best part about being stuck in a rut is finding your way out of it and believing that you are capable of being innovative and inventive is half the battle.
The rest of the puzzle is all about flexing your creative muscles. Whether you know how to get your creative juices flowing or are looking for some motivation to get you there, being inspired is always a good place to start.
How to Get Inspired
Inspiration is the process of being mentally stimulated to do or feel something, especially to do something creative. When we’re inspired, anything is possible and creativity flows.
Popular media company TED (short for Technology, Entertainment, and Design) has got inspiration down to a science. Devoted to making powerful ideas accessible and sparking conversation, innovation, and change, their global community welcomes some of the world’s most inspired thinkers to share their wealth of knowledge and motivate you to spread your greatest ideas. Ted speakers range from a wide variety of professionals including authors, producers, entrepreneurs and more. Their lecturers are thinkers, doers, and idea-generators!
To help you replenish your creativity and get inspired, Invaluable compiled a list of 15 must-listen Ted Talks on creativity. Whether you’re looking for something to revitalize your creative genius or need to pass time, this list will surely help you do so. Browse the highly viewed list of speakers below, find your favorite and get inspired!
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