I’m often asked by friends, co-workers, and strangers why I use the word creative in creative management.
I use it all the time, and I do think that creative mode is important.
But it’s a little hard to keep it.
Creative mode is a tool for making your creative ideas come alive.
And while it is helpful in a creative process, I feel it’s sometimes useful to think about the way you might go about working.
I often find that creative management is a little more about putting ideas in motion.
It’s a great way to create an environment in which you can actually work, but it also creates an opportunity for some creative work to be wasted.
Creative mode is all about making a project more than just a collection of ideas.
You can start by thinking about what you want to create, and then start writing down your ideas, whether it’s in a notebook or a screen.
A few examples of ideas that could come to mind are: A new way to capture images in your creative work.
An interactive space to work on your ideas.
A place where you can interact with other people to collaborate on projects.
More importantly, a place where your ideas can flourish and grow, whether that’s through an audience or through a blog.
And that’s why, even though creative mode can be a great tool for creating a creative environment, it can also be a waste of time.
If you’re not going to use it, at least start using it.