Creativity vs. Underachievement
Approaching a need, a task, or an idea from a new perspective.
Creativity in the home includes:
· Discovering ways to make household chores fun, such as playing music while working or going out for a treat after the work is done.
· Starting traditions, creating new games, and finding new places to go on birthdays, vacations, and holidays.
· Learning to make your own unique thank-you cards.
· Turning homework into learning games and putting memory work to music.
· use my talents for good.
· see things from more than one perspective.
· use principles to solve problems.
· learn all I can.
· look for new ways to be a person of character.
Rewards of Creativity
Turning special holidays, as well as the mundane days, into fun adventures will create stories to talk and laugh about fo years.
Accomplishing necessary work in creative and unique ways brings a great sense of achievement.
“The significant problems we face today cannot be solved at the same level of thinking we were at when we created them." – Albert Einstein