Creativity requires sustained efforts
Can creativity be acquired very easily? Or does it require some sustained effort to become creative and also sustain it for the long term? An interesting analysis on this has been brought out here.
Everyone wants to be creative in one way or other. Some depict it through writing while others have interest in painting or, say, in crafts. Then there are others who excel in public speaking while many others who have interest in performing arts like drama or theatre and try to get expertise in that. Creativity can be acquired in myriad of ways in many areas and fields and there is enormous scope and potential everywhere. So, what stops a person in becoming expert or acquire proficiency in one's area of interest? The answer to this question is not straightforward as there are many slips between the cup and the lips. Still, I have firm notions that if a person does sustained and commensurate hard work to achieve one's objective then it is not difficult to become a successful creative person in one's line of interest. The word 'sustained' has a very big significance and importance in these endeavours. What do the members opine about it?