John Cleese on Creativity - AIN this is what we do!

Fantastic video by John Cleese on creativity, the vital role of humour, open versus closed mode, serious <> solemn, the importance of play, of experimentation - and a wonderful rant at the end of how to kill creativity. LOVE it!

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Comment by Martin Ciesielski on May 9, 2012 at 2:21am

this is so brilliant! "it´s much easier to do the urgent things we know how to do, but which are unimportant, than the important things we don´t know how to start with!" and creativity needs Time and TIME!!!

Comment by Belina Raffy on April 17, 2012 at 1:52am

Peeps!  This is what we do!  What do you think?

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