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Absolutely loved this video… insightful and quite well put together. Kinda depressed me & inspired me simultaneously… but the net effect of watching it was *positive*, so thought I’d share here.

Why Society Hates Creative People (And What To Do About It)

Why do companies hate creativity? They might say they value innovative or divergent thinking, but realistically, most businesses rely on repeatable, formulaic results. Society also places an emphasis on convenience over craftsmanship. As if it wasn't hard enough, creatives, designers, and artists are their own worst enemy. So what can be done? Design and creative professionals are some of the most celebrated and underappreciated people, all at the same time. Our life would be far more boring without creative masterpieces, but society totally takes our contribution for granted. Why is that? On another note, why does society fear creative people so much?


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