We share a mass confusion about creativity – why are ideas are so fun in our minds but so frustrating when we work on them? Through my own stories, and tales from Picasso, Michelangelo and Yoko Ono, I explain how to close that gap. Recorded live in front of a great crowd of 2500 attendees of the World Domination Summit 2014.
This version of the talk contains the largest live game about cognitive bias that has ever been played (as far as I know). Jump to 18:31 if you want to start there.
I gave a shorter version of this talk, without slides at TEDxDePaul.