How does being humble help one become more creative?
Being humble entails putting aside our assumptions, preconceptions and convictions about what the world ought to be and what our rightful place in that world ought to be. Being humble requires us to quiet our egos for the moment to listen, observe and learn from the viewpoints of others. When we do so, we discover a myriad of ideas and revelations that would have otherwise remained hidden to us.
During the first week of SPICE Class at Carl Wunsche Sr. High School, teachers Dana Tabor and Stefanie Perritt-Corso challenged their students to invent a wallet for their classmates.Â Using nothing more than duct tape, electricianâ€™s tape, cardboard, fuzzy sticks and scissors, the students created functional and attractive wallets for each other.