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Angelique Adams writes about repeatable creativity in column for KEC’s The Messenger

“Whether you call yourself an innovator, entrepreneur, creator, or maker, whether you’re on your own, in a small team, or in a large organization, there is one key element we all share in common,” Angelique Adams writes in a recent column for The Messenger from the Knoxville Entrepreneur Center.

She continues, “If we’re going to survive and thrive, we have to harness repeatable creativity.” Adams goes on to define the three pillars of repeatable creativity:

  • Protect your creative environment;
  • Record and celebrate your wins; and
  • Build your team of mentors.

Click here to read the full column.

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