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This is sheer...genius. :)

This is just a small update to thank +Kyle Pearce for his awesome work in putting together this page on his website describing his new Social Creators Academy. When I read through this page last night, it really hit home with me because it mirrors quite closely with what I've been trying to bring together and articulate during my time on Google Plus. In fact, it articulates with what I'm seeing as an emerging pattern, with many people creating these communities of empowerment and transformation, helping to create a bridge for people to journey between the Old World and the New World.

BTW the significance and meaning of the wording to name his community is not lost on me. It's a signpost for me that's telling me I'm slowing coming full circle. You see my first collaborative community online was around the game Quake Capture The Flag and we called it an Academy as well.

But as I've noted on Google Plus in the past, rather than building communities around games, my vision for the last decade has been to build a community around the greatest game of all, The Game of Life. Already, with Kyle's great words and storytelling, all of the pieces I've seen, but couldn't quite figure out how to bring together, are magically beginning to weave into place.

As I've said before, this journey between worlds (or more accurately between world views) resonates with the Hero's Journey, as we learn to be an explorer, navigator, and storyteller of our lives (collectively what I've called a Bard). It is a journey whereby we Connect, Empower, and Inspire ourselves, releasing our untapped potential in the process. We are able to do this because the journey is the process of creativity itself. It's is a scattering through creative destruction and divergence of our old beliefs, limitations, and identity, an emergence, and a convergence and construction of our paradoxically new yet still old selves, allowing abundance and opportunities to unfold before us.

All said and done, I've still got a long journey before me but my map that I've been working so hard on for so many years is finally making sense. Thanks again Kyle!
In October I'll be launching my biggest project yet, called Social Creators. It will be an online community for learning how to use digital media to become a creator.
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Why build my own community? Why does anyone start their own venture, group, or space (even yourself), rather than just go within someone else's? It's often because we have things to do or say that we feel like we can't do or say in someone else's. This is why I've often left other spaces because I'd rather be alone than "feel alone" amongst many.

For example, I actually tried to be a part of another gaming community this year, trying to help them be a community of participation but no matter how hard I lead by example, they just wanted to be a community of belonging. I no longer want to force myself upon people for them to change. Rather I'll create my own space and it will be completely their choice if they want to participate or not. If they don't want to participate then they don't have to join the community.

And yes my approach will differ from Kyle's in certain ways but I still think he has a solid foundation. For example, his is completely self-directed which again relies upon the individual to choose to participate which is critical. The individual needs to be intrinsically motivated. If there is no desire to better themselves then they shouldn't be in a community of participation in the first place. Only when they are ready to take the first steps on their journey can others help and support them. In effect, they have to want to help themselves before others can help them. That's because the individual has to figure out their own path, as no one else can do that for them. (This pretty much mirrors the gaming communities I've cultivated as well.)
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“For as long as people are expending their energies on doing their jobs, they aren't going to be focused on the customer, or be self-managers, or be empowerable.”

If it hasn't become apparent already, I'm no longer posting here because I've realized that nothing I say will change anything unless people change their perspectives themselves and see the true reality of the world we are living in rather than the perceived reality based upon our past. One of the core cornerstones that I believe people need to let go of but can't is the concept of a job. Until people can do this, they will continue to be locked into the old world and nothing will change. In effect, by going beyond the job, by letting go of it, that's when people can begin to build a new world and a new life for themselves, individually and collectively.

“You never change things by fighting the existing reality.
To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.”
― R. Buckminster Fuller
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Probably one of the best articles that explains my frustration with WordPress and why I'm actively seeking another platform (such as The Grid). To put this into another perspective, it unable to flexibly adapt, as noted below.

“The reason it’s not a good thing is because your data is now tied to your theme. It is not portable.”

“When we talk about ‘data portability’ in the WordPress community, we’re primarily talking about being able to keep and access your data regardless of the theme you’re using.”

“What happens when you switch to a theme without the same, exact post type defined? Suddenly, you can no longer access your portfolio. It doesn’t show on your site. Your portfolio items aren’t in the admin. They simply disappeared.”
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“...their advice to move, rather than think...”

Do you see a difference between these two quotes below? The article is saying they are worlds apart but I see very little difference.

“Success, in this worldview, often entails mimicking the lean startup, strategically maneuvering with nimbleness and flexibility.”

“When you have a well-crafted corporate theory, it becomes clearer to you what your next strategic move or competitive advantage will be. Each of these moves can be seen as a test of your theory. If the move works out and creates value, then the theory it tests is validated.”

In effect, from my perspective, testing a theory is still a trial of that theory and that theory may still be in error. Thus you're still learning through failure and flexibly adapting your next move based upon the greater vision of where you want to be.

All said and done though, it appears the articles key contention is an assumption that people doing agile development work are basically running around, bumping blindly into walls, until they figure something out. While I'm not an expert on agile development, I kind of highly doubt that. I'm assuming they have a greater vision and belief of where they want to go but also a practicality of needing to start somewhere to get there. In effect, it can't be all theory without action.

And as the article states as well, it can't be all action without theory and deep thought either. This mirrors what I've said before about creativity being an alignment of your inner and outer worlds. It starts with deep reflective thought internally and then by taking action on those thoughts externally. But again, the article assumes that agile development is all action and no reflective thought which I kind of highly doubt. 
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”To effectively lead you must first take the time to truly know the person… and then adapt how you lead to the interests, needs, and goals of that individual.”

Great article that not only talks about how to be a great leader but indirectly tells you how to cultivate and instil great leadership in everyone. How? With just a few simple changes to the above quote.

”To effectively lead the life you want, you must first take the time to truly know yourself… and then adapt how you lead your life to the interests, needs, and goals of yourself.”

Note how this simple sentence accomplishes so much. Not only are you leading by example, showing the way by living the way (thus helping others to learn tacitly by immersion next to you), but you're helping others to discover their own passion and purpose in life (thus helping them to become intrinsically motivated).

Finally note how this approach is less controlling and masculine in nature. Just as a mother nurtures a child and learns to let go of them, so too do great leaders learn to nurture and let go of trying to control others, thus naturally allowing the individual and organization to fully mature as a whole.

In effect, in letting people lead themselves, that's when empowerment truly occurs because it can only be achieved by the individual themselves (i.e. figuring out their own unique path). This mirrors what Chris Argyris was trying to say in his article Empowerment: The Emperor's New Clothes.

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Thanks +Walter H Groth! Awesome find!
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What is Creativity?

Many people may remember that I've said that I keep seeing all of these people talking about the same thing but from different perspectives, often using their own disciplinary language to do so, thus making the average person unaware that there is a massive, societal convergence occurring right now, a meeting of hearts and minds in a seemingly, unknown shared space.

Of course today though, I realize that what all of these people are trying to describe is creativity. More remarkably though is that this phenomenon I just described is actually how creativity works itself, be it within an individual or a collective of people. In effect, for the (individual or collective) mind to try to grasp something it cannot understand (aka the unknown), it virtually walks around the thing in its mind to look at it from all angles and multiple perspectives to try to understand it better (i.e. blind men & the elephant parable). The more one walks around it, the more one broadens their perspective, perception, and awareness of it.

The Meaning of Life is to Make Meaning

What I've just described in itself is something that I've repeatedly called action logics but it's a title which seems to turn people off because the title doesn't make sense to the average person unless they actually understand action logics itself. Yesterday though, I stumbled across a document that blew my mind because it described action logics in a much simpler way. Action logics is about human development, more specifically ego development, and how it relates to making meaning.

Think of this process of making meaning as a way to walk around the edge of something in a circle to try to understand it from multiple perspectives, thus broadening your overall perspective of it. But also realize that the average person in society is only able to walk around less than half the circle. The reason for this is that to understand what you're looking at, these multiple perspectives have to actually combine to make sense of it. But combining perspectives of meaning is no simple task though because walking around half way means beginning to eventually understand the perspective of the person sitting across from you.

This is why you heard me mention paradoxes repeatedly in the past. In effect, once you reach the known midpoint of human (ego) development, you begin to get an inkling of these paradoxes. And the more you traverse past this halfway point, the more these paradoxes increase, getting more complex in nature. Thus the highest stages of making meaning (i.e. a Dalai Lama type mindset), which have an enormous breadth of perspective, perception, and awareness, require the ability to synthesize or integrate massive amounts of complexity into simple clarity. Acquiring this full, 360 degree perspective allows you to understand the full scope and bigger picture of life itself, almost as though you were looking down on it from space as if it were a grand canvas, the social fabric of life.

Making The Passionate Music of Your Life

Now from our individual local perspectives though, it will always seem like we are fully walking around this circle completely. In effect, we all think we know and understand life completely but in actuality we're only seeing a narrow window or perspective of it (which hopefully broadens over time). This is often why the process of walking around this circle is cyclically repeatedly. We don't understand fully on the first pass, so we need repeated passes to understand it further. And this is where the circle becomes the spiral of growth, development, and evolution.

You see if we don't continually broaden our perspective then we become trapped within this cyclic process and our life will begin to feel like a broken record stuck within a groove. Put another way, we don't achieve enough momentum to get over that groove reaching the next one. Therefore, we need to build this momentum of meaning and understanding because to jump (or dance) to the next groove of making meaning requires a leap of logic (that paradox thing again).

Another way of thinking about it is visualizing yourself as a traveller between worlds. To get from one world to the next, you need momentum not only for propulsion to travel but also momentum to generate stability within yourself, your own gyrocompass (sense of direction) if you will, as you traverse between worlds, losing the planetary gravity and stability beneath your feet as you do so. What I've just described is passion (momentum) and purpose (direction) in life.

Narrating The Journey Between Worlds

Now this travelling between worlds is more than just a perfect visualization because it helps us to understand how a world view works, providing a sense of certainty and stability within our lives. Think of it like culture but something that just doesn't apply locally within a specific setting (i.e. a company's culture) but to our entire life, thus determine how we see, understand, and making meaning out of our entire world. But again to evolve our world view, it will require a journey, a transformation, that will feel like our entire old world is collapsing, we're being cast into the void, and we're landing on a completely new world.

This journey, I just described, you may know better as The Hero's Journey by Joseph Campbell. Within this journey, we leave a collapsing Old World, which represents the external world around us, as our old world view begins to break down. We are forced into the Unknown or Limbo which represents the inner journey within ourselves to reconstruct our selves and our meaning (aka our world view). Finally, we return back with our new gifts of knowledge and wisdom into a New World which represents taking our new integrated sense of self back to the external world and living it (versus just talking about it) as our new world view.

Taking this a step further, realize that this heroic journey of transformation is also known as a monomyth because Joseph Campbell noticed it as a universal pattern in all cultures around the world. More importantly though, realize what these myths were and how they helped these cultures. A myth, while not a literal truth, embeds the truths of life within a greater narrative that provides a sense of stability and meaning for people to live by. In other words, myths are world views.

Creatively Travelling Through Time & Space

But the thing to realize about world views though is that everyone sees their life and their world filtered by their own world view. Thus you could have two people standing next to each other but what they are seeing of the world around them could be completely different relative to their own world view. In effect, think of it as though we are all living in parallel universes, all living within the same space but seeing different worlds. Even more so, when an individual broadens their stage of development at understanding meaning and complexity in a higher capacity, it will literally feel like they've stepped into an entirely new world when they make the leap.

It will feel like a new world because things that they never noticed before will suddenly jump out at them in awareness and with a complete sense of clarity. Yet even though these things will be now as plain as day to you, if you try to describe what you're seeing to someone else from a previous world view of meaning, they will look at you as though you are crazy because it seems invisible and incomprehensible to them. Thus even though everything that was previously intangible and invisible to you is now clearly tangible and visible to you, it won't be for others unless they make the leap. In time, you may even disappear off these people's radar, becoming invisible to them, almost as though you have passed on into this other ethereal realm of understanding.

To provide an example of this in our everyday lives, think of people with this creative capacity by another more commonly known name as entrepreneurs. These people often have shifted their perspective of the world around them and are often seeing things that are invisible and intangible to others. To others, it seems like these people are time travellers going into the future, discovering something, and returning it to the present. But that's a relative mistake of perspective. In actuality, these creative people are just seeing the present emerging reality with clarity and have the ability to articulate it to others, thus bringing it back into these other people's world of understanding and language.

Articulating The Flow & Structure of Our Story

This is why I've repeatedly said in the past that creativity is about being an explorer, navigator, and storyteller. It's not enough being divergent and stepping playfully and curiously off the existing normal path of life and conformity. You have to wade into the unknown, immersing yourself within its emergent waters to make sense of it and navigate it. But even then it's not enough because even with a new world of understanding, meaning, and wisdom, you will feel alone on a lost world unless you have the capacity to become a storyteller of your life, articulating its meaning and identity to others.

This is what articulation means. This is what creativity means. It's is a transformative process whereby over time we dig deep down within ourselves, grabbing the tacit, intuitive knowledge that's hidden there, and bring it back to the surface of the world, sharing it as explicit, logical wisdom. In effect, it is a birthing process but one in which we have to let go of and let die old beliefs and identities for a new one to be born as a whole. Thus as we articulate ourselves and embrace change, we never lose ourselves, our sense of identity, but rather become more of who we truly are, healed, whole, and integrated like a phoenix.

This is the paradoxical relationship between flow and structure. In the beginning is just the flow, the chaos if you will. Yet from that flow arises knowledge and understanding. And from the meaning and sense making, we bring order and stability to our world. Yet life is a constant rhythm and breathe, an inhaling and exhaling. If one stops, so too does their life. Thus to sustain life, we need to sustain both flow and structure. Therefore to leap to a broader understanding of life, we must known when to unlearn and let go of the structure we have previously created in our lives to allow us to be reborn and create flow for a new structure, a new home, to live within.

Emergence: The Footprint of Creativity

In closing, everything I have described here is what is required to understand the basics of creativity from a universal perspective because it defies logic itself by allowing us to leap beyond logic. Therefore to truly understand the universal potential of creativity, you actually need to experience it itself, absorbing its tacit knowledge so that you can eventually understand and articulate it explicitly to others in turn. This is wisdom as experiential knowledge.

This is why it has taken me so long to understand what I've been researching and writing for more than a decade was creativity. More than just requiring the time and space to develop, evolve, and broaden my perspective of understanding of its complexity, I actually had to understand what I was looking at through the entire life of my research as a whole. You see initially my research related to organization development then I added personal development then I saw them entwined as human (social) development. But then I saw everything at once so simply and with such clarity.

What I was researching and looking at was the footprints of creativity through the sands of time (which some might grasp if they've read the intro to Reinventing Organizations by Frederic Laloux). I was so excited at the patterns of the footprints emerging, and how they were influencing and changing our world, that until I finally walked in them for a while myself and turned around to marvel at their progression, did I finally wonder and ask myself what was making them.

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The Creative Process
Connect. Empower. Inspire.

Below is the creative process which is just a simplified integration of everything I've said above. The mantra of words that describe it were first intuitively written back in 2007, providing little more than personal meaning for my own life's journey but as time progressed, and I saw their pattern emerging within everything I read, I realized their significance for our collective life's journey. Thus realize that what your are reading is the creative process of transformation for both an individual and a collective (organization). This is how we lead others by first leading ourselves. We work at living what we have learnt through play.

Connecting - This is a time of destruction, divergence, of letting go, of dying. It is the end of our old world, an upheaval of everything we know. The world feels like it is shattering beneath our feet, causing a loss of gravity and stability. It causes us to question everything we know, even ourselves and our past. We gather. We converse. We listen, not only to ourselves but to the world around us. It forces us to begin our journey, our exodus from the old world, requiring us to become explorers quickly. We hunt, we seek, we begin to find clues and patterns to something potentially new but there are no clear signs or paths to it. It is but an intuitive feeling at this point, as we collect ourselves and our tools for our journey. Once we intentionally commit to the journey, we suddenly acquire a sense of excitement and playful curiosity at what lies ahead.

Empowering - This is a time of uncertainty as we step off the shores of the old, known world and into the unknown void of space, an eternal limbo that never seems to end. We feel fear because of the loss of identity and no sense of stability. We feel like we are halfway across a bridge that never seems to end. Nevertheless, we slowly begin to make sense of where we are, as we map our journey and continually reflect on our relationships, both with each other and with the world around us. In effect, we begin to see relationships between the patterns, like stars in the sky emerging from the mist and providing a bearing to guide us by. We begin to trust ourselves and feel more courageous, even light hearted at times. We still don't know where we are going but we trust each other and the signs around us that we will get there. But then we see it, the new world from a distance. But the path to it seems impossible. Trust alone, it seems, will not get us there.

Inspiring - While the journey through the unknown was scary enough, the final leap to this New World requires us to go beyond just trust and courage. We must believe in ourselves and the signs we are seeing, no matter how impossible they seem. But we can because through the trial and hardships, in questioning, conversing, trusting, and believing, we now truly love one another and ourselves. We the many, finally become the One. We leap, stepping beyond logic, with an open mind and even more loving heart, and finally converge upon the New World. We are finally at home, not only with regards to the world we have manifested around us but we are finally at home with our individual selves as well. In letting go of our old world and our old selves, we have left behind a world of limitations and stepped into a newer world of unlimited potential and possibilities.

A small footnote providing clarity for inspiration before I say my final goodbye here. The above process is both cyclic and spiral, never ending. Therefore, while inspiration does not directly start your journey, it may be a catalyst that sparks a connection within you about something. Think of it like your mentor on the Hero's Journey, eventually he or she has to let go so that you can complete the journey on your own. This is why inspiration is the final stage of creativity because it is about creating your own inspiration, inspiring yourself to complete your own journey. And just as inspiration is like god's exhaling breath, the exhalation of your creative breath and spirit will be inhaled and inspire others to undergo their own journey, with you as their mentor in turn, thus continuing the creative rhythm and breath of life as a whole.

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+Henk Hadders Glad to hear it helped. Note though that I'm not really that active here much anymore, so if you can't reach me via Google Plus, you can email me directly at my email address below.

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Also note that I'm in the process of creating a new space for my work but as yet I've been unsuccessful due to the lack of functionality and flexibility of most web platforms today. Hopefully this will change in the near future, as some newer platforms are released. 
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“Once upon a time, futurism was truly uncommon thinking.”

“Put somewhat differently: When you’re presenting your ideas of the future, are people nodding or shaking their heads? If they’re nodding, your futures are common and easy to agree with. This also means that they’re unlikely to matter, even that they’re unlikely to come true – as the future has a nasty habit of always surprising us and going against that which is seen as ‘common sense’.”

I couldn't resist. This closes off my stream and all I've tried to communicate here perfectly. It encompasses how I've always felt like a “disrupter disrupting the disruptors”. And even more so, why I have never been and never will be valued or appreciated by traditional mindsets or businesses.

“But maybe that’s what you should be. Maybe that’s who the CEO wants as a BFF. The uncommon thinker, the pariah who sees the futures other people do not.”
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“Instead of meeting a problem head on, it is better to take an indirect approach if possible.”

Water can help us understand the divergence, emergence, and convergence of creativity, the flow of it.

Visualize water trying to move around a roughly spherical boulder on uneven ground. It hits one side of the boulder and diverges, beginning to creep around it from both sides. It is stopped though by depressions in the ground and thus has to slowly build up in spots before it can flow over the ground and continue on circumventing the rock. Eventually one side of the water makes it around, followed by the other side, and the two converge again to carry on as one.

What I just described is what happens in your mind when you're trying to solve a highly complex problem. In effect, you have to circumvent the problem fully, seeing it from multiple angles, before you fully understand it as a whole system. And note how some steps may require more patience as you build up further awareness and reflect upon it before getting to a point of vantage that allows you to see the next step.

BTW also note how this perspective is more feminine in nature versus the traditional masculine approach which is to break through problems with brute force (using a war mindset and only analysis to smash them to pieces). While we could do that previously in more stabler times, today we face complex problems of a more systemic nature because everything is changing as a whole. Thus we need to use systems thinking creatively, using analysis and synthesis in harmony, to understand and relate to these complex problems as a whole—from all sides at once—before we can learn to circumvent them.

And realize that we are circumventing them, these old systems, and leaving them behind because we are creating entirely new systems in their place. Thus rather than trying to change the past, we are learning to build a better world in the present reality today.

“Don't get set into one form, adapt it and build your own, let it grow, be like water.”
— Bruce Lee

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The Paradoxical Step

Today we live in a world where our one step forward often causes us to take two steps back. To paradoxically get to tomorrow, it seemingly taking one step back that allows us to go two steps forward.

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“The common denominator of those who ‘do something’ is conviction borne of a higher purpose that fuels the courage necessary to act.”

“When I ask clients about their values, legacy, motivators, and talents, many lack Pollaro’s level of self-awareness.”

Mirrors what I've said about the Connect, Empower, and Inspire stages of creativity. By playfully connecting with yourself and learning to understand and empower yourself, you're working towards inspiring yourself.

Eventually it's no longer a question of “Should I act?” but instead you feel intrinsically impelled to act because you understand and trust yourself, your capabilities, on a whole other level. In effect, you've become an amplified individual as Marina Gorbis calls them in her book The Nature of the Future.

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As we get older, deciding to pursue our dreams becomes more difficult — but it’s never too late to do something that’s important to the world.
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12. They battle Resistance every day.

Probably one of the most insightful posts I've seen on creativity. With that in mind though, I'd like to help clarify a few of these points.

Not staying on task relates to curiosity and learning to tackle problems from multiple perspectives. If they see the current approach as ineffective and another better approach, they'll dump the current approach to experiment with the other one. Think of a company that pivots as an example of this. They aren't giving up but instead shifting their focus.

Living with joy and depression is about embracing all of your emotions to embrace your whole self. Thus they learn to accept and understand their emotions and use them constructively as creative energy.

Speaking in stories relates to speaking in metaphors and with emotion which is how they bridge and connect seemingly diverse ideas that logically do not seem related on the surface.

Procrastination is basically understanding the incubation stage of creativity. You need time to let your thoughts stew or as John Cleese says to “massage them in the back of your mind”. This gives time and space for things to connect and spark.

Incomplete projects relates to learning by doing. Thus if during the project, the person learns something, they've achieved success and may leave it. Or they may feel it's not going in the direction to reveal learning and may start over from scratch. Both Leonardo Da Vinci and Picasso were famous for this. Picasso might still finish the project but he would often start over from scratch repeatedly, wiping away his previous work without a second thought like Tibetan Monks blowing away a sand mandala. 

PS. Finally remember that anyone can become highly creative. It's just a process of breaking down traditional mindsets (aka societal programming) and reframing life in a new way. 
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It's the paradoxes that throw people off, I believe. Really, really insightful work here, +Nollind Whachell .
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