How Fear Chokes Creativity and What to Do About It

How Fear Chokes Creativity and What to Do About It.

I had the absolute joy of attending the Creativity Workshop with Shelley and Alejandro in Barcelona 2011.  A beautiful city and a truly life-changing experience.  Something I would very much like to experience again.  However, fear is a constant barrier to success, not only for me but I see it in students who have come through an education system where they have become risk-averse.  I have great hopes that when they have finished with us in the course that they are more cognizant of what this might mean for them as educators.


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