Are you creative?

September 28, 2017

For some people, creative thinking is a defining characteristic. Usually, under a creative person, we mean particular people with a bright talent and unordinary character. Such individuals attain inspiration and new ideas, it would seem, from everywhere. 

Creative people are often very energetic, both physically and spiritually. They can work for hours on one single little detail until it becomes perfect, at the same time retaining enthusiasm. Of course, creative thinking requires a comprehensive perception. It is very different from the mental process. A creative person sees opportunities everywhere and continually absorbs information that becomes food for creative expression. 

Also, creative people love to have new experiences, feelings, and states of mind, which largely determines the development of factors to achieve creative results. Such people are very inquisitive. They try to explore life in their own way and retain the interest of the pioneer even when they grow older. 

So, can you call yourself a creative person?

  • Absolutely
  • Sometimes, it depends on my mood
  • No, not at all
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