Creativity with Stefano Di Lollo
In this episode we talk with the founder of Creative-U and JungleTie, Stefano Di Lollo about the importance of creativity in business and in our personal lives. Stefano talks about why he believes that creativity is innate and why his mission is to “unlock the inner creative” in others. He says that creativity is not something that you can “dominate or master” but once you are able to access it “it spills into everything that you do”. Why is this important? Well, he says that “everyone deserves the ability to be creative”. Check out this week’s episode and learn how to practice creativity, solve problems, and “see what’s not there”. Why? Well as Stefano says,
Life is too short. What do you have to lose?
Questions I ask:
What would you tell someone to encourage them to take their art more seriously?
What are signs of creativity?
What is the most common belief that people have about creativity that is not true?
Stefano Di Lollo
Founder of Creative U and JungleTie
“For over two decades Stefano has designed hundreds of products as a professional industrial product designer, while working for product design firms, leading design teams within corporations, and as a freelance designer. He has illustrated professionally for publishing and media companies including the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. As the former Creative Director of the Montreal chapter of Creative Mornings, Stefano has built strong connections with local and international creative communities. He has also been selected by international clients for creative projects such as designing unconventional painted artwork for aircraft buyers seeking to customize their private business jets. He also teaches college students how to reach their full creative potential at one of Quebec’s largest colleges. He has helped clients redefine their personal brand including decorated Olympic athletes looking to transform and redirect their post athletic careers.” -Taken from http://www.stefanodilollo.com
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