The Oxford English Dictionary defines polymath as a person of wide knowledge or learning. Creative Polymathy thrives in people who over time, develop, and successfully apply a breadth of knowledge from a variety of domains to produce renowned creative work. They don’t appear to follow familiar routes, paths made by others. Rather, they follow their […]
László & Klara Polgár believed they knew how to create a genius. They married and took steps, even before their children were born, that paved the way for their future success. And applying László’s theory of creative genius, they turned their three daughters into world champion chess players. Would you go to the same lengths […]
The following article, The Timeless Creative Mind, is an excerpt from a chapter titled “Timeless Creativity” (working title) from the forthcoming paperback, The Artist’s Manifesto. Find out how you can support the publication of this book and receive your free paperback and audiobook version.
Becoming an expert at anything takes time. Some say it takes 10,000 hours. That’s 8 hours a day for 5 years with the weekends off. I think becoming an expert takes more like 10 years. What kind of expert could be made of you in 5 years? Not much methinks.