#040 DFQ – Special treat

Sir Ken Robinson, is the world famous expert on Creativity.

Today’s nudge is a special treat …

Stop everything, sit back, take a deep breath, relax and enjoy one of the world’s best speakers who will entertain you, inspire you and make your day. This is one of my all-time personal favourites.

Here he talks to the TED audience about Do Schools Kill Creativity?

Your DFQ #040:

What is the most important thing you will take away from this lecture?

490 thoughts on “#040 DFQ – Special treat

  1. None as I don’t dismiss any ideas without thought and welcome all feedback on those I submit

  2. Nonsense? I don’t talk nonense, I think it and know where I am is not where I wish to remain.

    Must stop thinking nonsense!!

  3. We all go around acting out of what we think is right. These actions justified by what we believe. Our world is shaped by what we believe. However everybody has established different beliefs. Each persons world reflects a different view. But what we hold in our minds as beliefs is not necessarily true.

  4. Probably plenty. Lots of what I talk about is “nonsense” to others, but that’s because my ideas challenge “orthodoxy”. That’s okay with me. At one point Columbus was thought to be an idiot for sailing off to his death from falling off the edge of the earth! There’s also Einstein and his societal rejections — genius doesn’t seem to present itself in a real pretty little package.

    Nonsense?! It’s all in the eyes of the beholder.

  5. I had not anticipating talking nonsense ~ however now the question is raised I shall monitor my talk & check what comes out .

  6. Undoiubtedly all the “learned”, dogmatic “Stuff.” Wow. This one certainly gets one thinking! Querying of self, “How many times did I think or speak from rote today?” Hmmmmm. To Peggy. Yabbut, when these old people were young, it wasn’t this way….and they believed it….they didn’t have any reason to disbelieve…then…Wow.

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