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Train, apply, repeat

Reinforcing RDinsights previous exploration on the nature of creativity and innovation,  who writes the insightful Innovate on Purpose blog asks the question: can innovation be learned, or “taught”? (spoiler alert)Is creativity and the ability to create innovations nature or nurture?  Is innovation is simply a skill reducible to practice, which can be taught through instruction, application and repetition, or is it a mystical and poorly distributed capability that few possess and even fewer can learn?  To the disappointment of many the answer is painfully straightforward:   No one, at any age, becomes good at any vital skill without instruction, application and repetition.

If you want to “learn” innovation and grow in proficiency, simply train, apply and repeat.

Read the full post at Innovate on Purpose



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