In this episode, Peter speaks to Janine Murmann, a London based artist with a creativity and lifestyle blog called Colouresko, where she is on a journey to inspire people to explore their creativity.
They talk about creativity being part of our human existence and the ways we can enhance it and what we can do to remove distractions. Janine says immersing herself into a creative process is like a therapeutic meditation and encourages young people to enjoy the whole process as opposed to needing to see specific results like money or fame. The creative process itself has huge benefits and also transfers to everything we do and how we feel so we are happier and more successful as a result of it.
Janine also has a full-time job and she sees creativity as a healthy guide in her life. For example, a creative block is a notification for her that she is out of sync and has to make lifestyle changes, which keeps her curious and excited. Creativity is essential to the job she does, solving problems, accessing innovative ideas, communicating with people and engaging her team. Creativity is an essential part of all jobs, especially in the future as machines, automation and AI is going to take over mundane tasks. Humans will have to enhance the very things that make them unique because that is not what a machine can (for now at least) do and is necessary for our survival.
They also spoke about corporate culture, leadership and entrepreneurship in relation to creativity as well as how to encourage kids to be more creative.
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