21 April 2021 - 11:06
World Creativity and Innovation Day

Creativity is allowing yourself to make mistakes. Art is knowing which ones to keep. "Scott Adams"

Iran (IMNA) - Insanity is doing the same thing, the same way, over and over, while expecting different results. We’ve all heard this saying and often apply its wisdom to reasons to change negative life habits. However, this statement can also be applied to the creative process and scientific innovation.

World Creativity and Innovation Day provides people with an excuse to try to solve old problems in new ways–with the potential of finding better and more effective methods to accomplish our goals!

No more hum-drum day-to-day sameness. Instead, it is time to open that creative center, no matter how far inside the mind it has been buried, and try to be part of making the world a better place!

History of World Creativity and Innovation Day

In 1452, a man was born who would set the standard for what it meant to be a Renaissance man, excelling in both the arts and the sciences. He was involved with Invention, Mathematics, Music, Geology, Astronomy, Cartography, just to name a few. In just about anything he turned his mind or hand to, Leonardo da Vinci made significant advances.

In fact, this man was seen as the utterly perfect example of a universal genius, and his logical approach to the world was truly advanced and unusual for his time. And although he was admittedly unique, that doesn’t mean others can’t take a cue from him and try to think in innovative ways as well.

World Creativity and Innovation Day was established to encourage everyone to dig deep and find their own inner da Vinci.

Creativity and innovation are beneficial in every walk of life, occupation and career. From those in customer service finding ways to improve their customers’ experiences to scientists whose every workday is filled with learning new things about the world and finding new ways to apply it. From politicians who could use their creativity to find new ways to solve problems and aid the public to medical workers who can seek out new ways of doing things that will protect their patients as well as society.