TO GET CREATIVE, get creative confidence.
- Are you tired of learning about creativity but never actually expressing creativity?
- Does it bother you that five year olds who've never had any training are more creative than the adults who have?
- Are you looking for a different way to get your people solving problems and embracing change? A way that works?
Sabre Tooth Panda® was founded to solve a mystery. Why is it that no matter how many creativity tools and techniques you teach them, when people go back to the office they never seem to be any more creative? After a while the answer seems obvious; expressing creativity has nothing to do with what you know and everything to do with confidence.
We were born knowing how to be creative, what's changed over the years isn't the knowledge in our heads but how we relate to creativity. Where once we were confident, so much so that it didn't even occur to us that we were doing anything special, now we see hesitation, self limiting beliefs, insecurity and bad creative habits. Just like how reading books on nutrition won't help you get healthy if you've still got a bad relationship with food, learning tools and techniques won't actually help you express creativity until you've built a strong relationship with creativity itself. So that's what Sabre Tooth Panda works on; your relationship with creativity. This is true for individuals, teams, and entire businesses. Get the relationship right, rebuild the confidence, and creativity happens. This isn't some quick fix solution, like any relationship, building a strong one with creativity takes time. But getting started doesn't have to take long at all.
Do you want to get started? Then get in touch.
Building a relationship with creativity is hard, not complicated. We can't take away the hard work, but we do make the hard work fun. If you want to know how we do it, click here.
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