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Creativity: Your Core Human Need | Austin Hill Shaw | TEDxMontaVistaHighSchool
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Added Jul 14, 2016
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Austin Hill Shaw works with individuals who want to unlock their full creative potential and organizations that want to build cultures of innovation. He is the founder of Creativity Matters, the author of The Shoreline of Wonder: On Being Creative, and the inventor of The Creativity Quiz and the The Creator’s Cheat Sheet. Drawing upon an innovative mix of cutting-edge science, artistic expression, and age-old spiritual wisdom, Austin presents a timely and enlivening understanding of creativity and innovation, one that ignites the full-person creative potential of individuals and organizations alike. Through his keynotes and trainings, workshops, retreats, and online courses, and one-on-one coaching, his life purpose is to empower others as creators. He resides in Berkeley, California with his wife, Epiphany, and their daughters, Sierra Lucia and Lorenza Delmar.

Austin Hill Shaw works with individuals who want to unlock their full creative potential and organizations that want to build cultures of innovation. He is the founder of Creativity Matters, the author of The Shoreline of Wonder: On Being Creative, and the inventor of The Creativity Quiz and the The Creator’s Cheat Sheet. Drawing upon an innovative mix of cutting-edge science, artistic expression, and age-old spiritual wisdom, Austin presents a timely and enlivening understanding of creativity and innovation, one that ignites the full-person creative potential of individuals and organizations alike. Through his keynotes and trainings, workshops, retreats, and online courses, and one-on-one coaching, his life purpose is to empower others as creators. He resides in Berkeley, California with his wife, Epiphany, and their daughters, Sierra Lucia and Lorenza Delmar.

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