Robinson writes: “When people say to me that they are not creative, I assume that they haven’t yet learnt what is involved.” This is a paradox: most children think they’re highly creative; most adults think they’re not. This is a bigger issue than it may seem. Everyone has huge creative capacities. The challenge is to develop them. A culture of creativity has to involve everybody and not just a select few. (Robinson, Ken, Sir, PhD. Out of Our Minds. p 1-3. NY: Capstone Publishing Ltd, 2001, 2011)

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