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Creativity needs Conflict.

Creativity and familiarity

Our brains are wired to create familiar patterns so that we don’t have to re-learn everything over and over again. This is why new ways of thinking are often met with resistance.
But creativity asks us to change. Because that's what creativity is - presenting ideas that don’t conform to those patterns.

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Creativity needs Conflict.

Creativity needs Conflict.

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The foundation of creativity

Conflict may be the foundation of creativity. Because it exposes us to a different point of view, it makes us challenge our assumptions, it takes us out of our comfort zone and it makes us uncomfortable.

Creativity and familiarity

Our brains are wired to create familiar patterns so that we don’t have to re-learn everything over and over again. This is why new ways of thinking are often met with resistance.
But creativity asks us to change. Because that's what creativity is - presenting ideas that don’t conform to those patterns.

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