Ravenyard Priorities Assessment - Creativity
In crisis, it is common to see only the narrowest, darkest path forward. Creativity is imaginative, it opens us to new possibilities and helps us tap into qualities like awe and wonder.
QUESTIONS TO ASK
- Why is this your priority?
- What about this resonates with you?
- Describe qualities of creativity.
- What does it mean to be creative during crisis or times of hardship?
- When you look back on this time five years from now, how will you know you embodied creativity?
- How can creativity guide your decision-making?
- Who or what does this priority serve and how does it help?
- Imagine yourself in a situation where you are being creative. What does that feel/sound/look like?
Creative practices in our personal lives like art, cooking, and music help us ground ourselves in the present moment. Being in the present helps shield us from worry.
Creative practices in business incorporate input, ideas, and resources from non-traditional sources. Creative leaders hold a broad view of what is possible. They utilize creativity tools to identify novel solutions.
Do art for 30 minutes. (sketch, doodle, paint a rock).
Use “creativity” as a mantra while you workout, do dishes, in the shower.
Sing, dance, paint, build something, cook, craft.
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Continue with Parts Two and Three of the Ravenyard Priorities Assessment
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