Exercise: How Creativity Can Change the World, One Bad Drawing at a Time.

Everybody is creative, to some degree, in one way or another. The degree is often determined by the level of creativity attained as a child and the positive feedback you had during those formative years drawing ponies for your mom’s refrigerator.

In fact, 98% of children measure as divergent thinkers – people who can generate a volume of ideas in a short amount of time. Yet only 2% of adults score as divergent thinkers.

So, the question poses itself, what happened to their creativity?

Try This For Yourself!

Get a group of people together to try this 15:00 exercise at home, school or work. Each person should have a partner to work with.

Get Paper and A Pen

You’ll each need a few pieces of blank paper and a pen or pencil. When everyone is ready, click “play” on the video to experience the presentation for the first time just like the audience at TEDx.

Share What Happens on Social

Post your #baddrawings on social media to share your ideas and to show your creativity. Share this exercise with others to see their creativity.