Julian talks with Creative Review about channelling your inner child to aid creativity.

Nobody likes to look stupid in meetings, but sometimes asking seemingly dumb questions or admitting you don’t understand something can unlock better creative work.

Here are some of the topics Julian Harriman-Dickinson discussed with Creative Review.

What we can learn from our inner child:

_Approach each new brief with curiosity (not cynicism)

_Don’t be afraid to ask questions, the dumb questions

_Be humble enough to ask for help

_Talk to your mum or your dad (honest appraisal)

_Drop your guard – and speak the truth

There’s no reason why adults can’t be creative – but it might come easier if you embrace your inner child. And if you’re still not sure you understand why, you’re more than welcome to ask.

Please read the full article on Creative Review. Enjoy.

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