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|“The fear of being wrong is the prime inhibitor of the creative process.” Jean |
Bryant There is another byproduct of fear that is succinctly summarized here by
Jean Bryant. Whether you are an architect designing a new building or a grocery
|Bradley, Francis H. Fear does not have any special power unless you empower it |
by submitting to it. - Brown, Les Too many of us ... Brown, Les The fear of being
wrong is the prime inhibitor of the creative process. - Bryant, Jean When one has
|Most of the time, when you face your fear, you will discover that it was not really |
such a big threat after all. You just have to do the thing you fear, and keep on
doing it. ... The fear of being wrong is the prime inhibitor in the creative process.
|The fear of being wrong seems to be the prime inhibitor of the creative process |
and this phobia can be traced back to the earliest influences. Emphasis on
correctnesss, on right and wrong, black and white, true and false, deals a lethal
blow to ...
|When higher education results in rule-oriented rigidity, the primary goal becomes |
not-to-be-wrong. The fear of being wrong is the prime inhibitor of the creative
process. Ninety percent of all so-called writer's blocks come from a fear of ...
|Major New York Times bestsellerWinner of the National Academy of Sciences Best Book Award in 2012Selected by the New York Times Book Review as one of the best books of 2011A Globe and Mail Best Books of the Year 2011 TitleOne of The ...|
|Although these are important elements of business success, we can't lose sight of the driving force of prosperity, the reason that any company exists in the first place, the source of both business and human fulfillment: creativity."—From ...|
|Packed with engaging stories, science-based insights, potent practices, and examples from a startling array of disciplines, this engaging book will help you understand how iconoclasts think and equip you to begin thinking more like an ...|
|In Free to Learn, developmental psychologist Peter Gray argues that our children, if free to pursue their own interests through play, will not only learn all they need to know, but will do so with energy and passion.|