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Originating new ideas, products, and expressions


Creating peace, one piece of art at a time

Sometimes Known As

Innovators, Artists, Designers, Inventors, Entrepreneurs


Creators are the wellspring of new ideas, products, and artistic expressions. They enrich our world with their innovative and creative contributions, adding depth, variety, and color to our experiences

Jobs a Creator Might Hold

  • Education: Educational Content Creator 

  • Legal: Legal Solutions Developer

  • Healthcare: Medical Device Designer

  • Technology: Software Developer

  • Construction: Landscape Architect

  • Science: Experimental Physicist

  • Art: Graphic Designer


Creators are imaginative, adventurous, and original. They're usually unafraid of taking risks and are comfortable with ambiguity. Their visionary perspective enables them to see possibilities where others may see dead ends


From imagining new perspectives to expressing the issues that are important to them, creators have many talents, such as:

  • Creativity: Generating new ideas, products, and artistic expressions.

  • Innovation: Transforming ideas into better solutions

  • Critical Thinking: Effectively analyzing information and forming a judgment.

  • Risk-Taking: Taking chances and pushing boundaries to achieve a goal.

  • Communication: Connecting through art.


The Conformist: Those who resist novelty and insist on adhering to traditional methods or ideas, stifling the creative potential of the creator.


  • Pattern Spotters: Will creators, who often seek to introduce originality, struggle to align with pattern spotters, who tend to look for established trends and consistency?

  • Guides: Yes, the established paths and wisdom that guides offer is essential, but will creators resist them because they prefer to forge new directions instead?


Creators, known for their innovative and imaginative contributions, need to be mindful of various pitfalls that can hinder the realization of their full potential:


  • Inflexibility: Creators can sometimes become too attached to their original ideas, leading to a reluctance to consider constructive feedback or potential enhancements. This inflexibility can limit the growth and refinement of their concepts, ultimately impacting the effectiveness of their creations.

  • Self-Doubt: A common challenge for creators is dealing with self-doubt, especially when their ideas face initial rejection or lack immediate acceptance. This can lead to discouragement and may hinder the practical execution of their innovative concepts.

  • Isolation: Creators often indulge deeply in their work, which can lead to isolation. While solitude can be beneficial for creativity, excessive isolation can detach creators from valuable external perspectives and emerging trends or needs. This can result in creations that are out of sync with their intended audience or market.

Why They Are Essential For Transformation

Creators stimulate innovation and progress within organizations. Their unique perspectives and bold ideas can lead to new products, services, or processes that drive competitive advantage. They infuse a sense of creativity that can inspire and energize teams.

Focus For The Creator’s Inner Work: Trust in Flow

Creators, by nature, breathe life into new ideas, products, and expressions. Yet with this innate ability often comes the shadow of doubt—uncertainty about the originality, impact, or acceptance of their creations. A pivotal inner work focus for creators is to cultivate trust in flow. This involves recognizing and embracing that the path of creation will have its highs and lows. By grounding their self-assurance in the ebb and flow of the creative journey, and not just on external acclaim, creators can gracefully traverse the roller coaster of their creative endeavors with resilience and grace.

On The Creator’s Bookshelf

To support creators on this journey of trust and self-discovery, the following books are recommended:

  • Big Magic: Creative Living Beyond Fear by Elizabeth Gilbert. This enlightening read offers insights into the enchanting world of creativity, encouraging readers to pursue their passions with joy and curiosity.

  • The Creative Act: A Way of Being by Rick Rubin. Rubin, a legendary music producer, delves deep into the essence of the creative process, shedding light on how to nurture one's innate creative spirit and remain authentic throughout.

  • Flow: The Psychology of Optimal Experience by Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi. This seminal work illuminates the concept of 'flow,' that elusive state of being where individuals feel their most creative and fulfilled, and provides guidance on how to tap into it for a richer, more fulfilling creative life.

About the Creator

Creators are changemakers who use the power of imagination to craft and introduce new and original ideas, concepts, and designs. Their work is essential as we can't change reality unless we visualize something different. They prompt us to expand our imaginations and urge us to take radical leaps—enabling us to envision and experiment with diverse possibilities. They propel societies to think beyond the present and venture into realms previously thought to be unreachable.

Rooted deeply in imagination and creativity, creators generate innovative ideas like no one else. Through mediums like art, writing, music, and design, they express their perspectives, challenge the status quo, and introduce alternate paradigms. Their natural problem-solving abilities, combined with critical and strategic thinking, guide them through obstacles, and their dedication becomes evident when they embrace calculated risks for their creations.

Their unique ability to view the world differently and meticulous attention to detail amplify their impact, making them indispensable in the journey toward a transformed, imaginative future. Creators not only introduce change but inspire communities to believe in and work towards a reimagined reality.

Creators in Real Life

Pushing the boundaries of imagination and challenging societal norms, here are creators from diverse backgrounds who are pioneering transformative visions for a more whole, beautiful, and liberated reality.

Shigeru Ban, a Japanese architect, is known for his innovative and sustainable approach to architecture, particularly in disaster zones. His planning skills are evident in his ability to create functional, eco-friendly buildings from unconventional materials like cardboard tubes. Ban’s architectural projects demonstrate his strategic planning in addressing urgent housing needs following natural disasters.

This Chinese contemporary artist and activist employs art as a powerful tool against censorship and political repression. His installations, sculptures, and documentaries critique societal injustices, advocating for freedom and human rights.

A Syrian journalist and filmmaker, Al-Kateab's documentary "For Sama" provides an intimate look at the Syrian conflict, capturing the horrors of war and the indomitable human spirit amidst despair.


“Our radical imagination is a tool for decolonization, for reclaiming our right to shape our lived reality.”

― Adrienne Maree Brown

Pleasure Activism: The Politics of Feeling Good

“As the poets and painters of centuries have tried to tell us, art is not about the expression of talent or the making of pretty things. It is about the preservation and containment of soul. It is about arresting life and making it available for contemplation. Art captures the eternal in the everyday, and it is the eternal that feeds soul—the whole world in a grain of sand.”

― Thomas Moore

Care of the Soul: Guide for Cultivating Depth and Sacredness in Everyday Life

"And by the way, everything in life is writable about if you have the outgoing guts to do it, and the imagination to improvise. The worst enemy to creativity is self-doubt."

— Sylvia Plath

The Unabridged Journals of Sylvia Plath

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