Creative Economy






“When learning is purposeful, creativity blossoms. When creativity blossoms, thinking emanates. When thinking emanates, knowledge is fully lit. When knowledge is lit, economy flourishes.”
A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, Indomitable Spirit    


A creative, we are told, sees the world just a little bit different from others (the rest of us). In seeing the world in a way not same as ours, a creative becomes a person who will not fit in any box (think of that boardroom jargon of sijui ‘thinking outside the box’) To what extend society might think of creatives as iconoclasts (a person who attacks or criticizes cherished beliefs or institutions); whereas others see them as rebels (think of Alfred Keter in a sentence. Observe one minute of silence for him!) Creatives design or tend to stimulate imagination. They are characterized by being sophisticated bending of the rules or conventions (creative accounting) it could be what earns them the rebel tag but primarily causes them to set a new standard to follow. A creative is a thought leader. They influence people not necessarily through personality but through their innate gifts and talents. A creative colors outside the lines. On purpose. In so doing, they show the world a whole new picture they never would have otherwise seen



And here to a Creatives Guide!

  1. Consistency is key
  2. Don’t wait for inspiration
  3. Perfection is the enemy
  4. Follow your own intuition
  5. Always learning
  6. willing to take risks
  7. Sacred creating space
  8. Give themselves space
  9. Fill the well (Creative date Concept)
  10. Meditate
  11. Selfcare
  12. Re-invent themselves



“Entrepreneurship rests on a theory of economy and society. The theory sees change as normal and indeed as healthy. And it sees the major task in society – and especially in the economy – as doing something different rather than doing better what is already being done. That is basically what Say, two hundred years ago, meant when he coined the term entrepreneur. It was intended as a manifesto and as a declaration of dissent: the entrepreneur upsets and disorganizes. As Joseph Schumpeter formulated it, his task is “creative destruction.”
Peter F. Drucker, Innovation and Entrepreneurship: Practice and Principles












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