Using creativity to meet the needs of real people



I came across this interesting post last week entitled ‘What’s the point of creativity?

It talks about creativity in business, and how many businesses do in fact use creativity ‘out of a desire to improve people’s lives and transform their sense of what possibilities life itself has to offer’.

And then I thought about Nia.  And how spot on teaching Nia is in terms of offering a creative form of movement that ‘increases joy’ and ‘stirs peoples’ enthusiasm’ (two phrases taken from the blog).

Finding this blog has made my week.  And I’m going to use these two creative ‘pearls of wisdom’ – ‘increasing joy’ and ‘stirring enthusiasm’ in my Nia class this Tuesday.

Roll on Tuesday ……


So this is not scientific at all. But in a couple of hours there have been more than 2000 replies and overwhelmingly they say @RoryStewartUK won the #C4Debate https://t.co/BBXQeKSp5w

What a cosy night in Dolly the Caddy Camper @bridgevilla campsite on the riverside @wallingford...friendly visitors and glorious riverside trees 🌲 🦆#treehugging #trees #vanlife #campervan #vwcamper

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.@RoryStewartUK again absolutely kills the others by actually sounding as though he is fallible. Whether it is sincere or a performance it is working. @sajidjavid also sounds human by talking about getting things wrong as a dad #c4debate

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