Harness Your Creativity Through Inspiration
Few things in a creator’s life cause more frustration than staring at an empty page or blank canvas in search of that spark of inspiration. Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Matt Richtel weaves scientific evidence with insight from great creators and his own personal experiences to help you discover how to optimize your creative potential.
“Creative people actually physically see more of the world,” says Richtel. We talk about The Muse and Hope. How impact and openness are vital components of creativity. Why intelligence doesn’t always factor into creativity. How anyone can become more creative. And more delicious insight from Inspired: Understanding Creativity, A Journey Through Art, Science, and the Soul.
About Matt Richtel
Narrative storyteller and New York Times Science reporter Matt Richtel was awarded the 2010 Pulitzer Prize for National Reporting for a series on distracted driving. He’s authored three narrative nonfiction books, several novels, and a daily comic strip. His latest book is Inspired: Understanding Creativity, A Journey Through Art, Science, and the Soul.
Catch our previous podcast with Matt Richtel right here A Deadly Wandering.