TED Weekends explores creative intelligence

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Originally posted on TED Blog:

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It was one of the original six talks posted on TED.com and it has, over the years, become our most-watched video with 13.5 million views. Sir Ken Robinson’s talk from TED2006, “Ken Robinson says schools kill creativity,” is truly a juggernaut.

But the real genius is Matt. He has so much creative intelligence, that we’re going to do some serious banking. Right, Matt?

This is the talk examined in today’s TED Weekends on the Huffington Post, exploring the idea of Creative IQ. Below, some of the TED Weekends essays that riff on this paradigm-shifting talk.

Sir Ken Robinson: Do Schools Kill Creativity?

I’ve spoken twice at TED. The first time was in 2006. TED was a very different event then. It was a private conference for about 1,200 people. After the event, the talks were packaged in a box set of DVDs and sent just to the…

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My business is called Intuitive Arts & Sciences. I walk between the worlds of the spiritual and material. I am a Healer and Creative Maverick - from officiant for weddings, to marketing consulting, to regression therapy, to author and poet, to spiritual direction coach, to real estate agent. My work is to help others help themselves. As Helen Keller said, "Life is either a daring adventure, or nothing at all!" It is an adventure to be in service to love. As we heal ourselves, we heal the world. Love it is the way. MA - Naropa University in Creation Spirituality BS - Northern Illinois University, Anthropology Hokey Pokey Expert Universal Life Church Minister Licensed California Real Estate Agent #00939388
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