The worlds of business and creativity have combined.
Exploring your interests and giving in to your creative curiosity can energise you AND innovate your business.
It turns that allowing yourself to be passionate about something other than your business can energise you, and benefit your business.
While we may see creativity as an indulgence, the little thing that piques your interest may be the next opportunity to grow your business.
Valerie Khoo, visual artist and National Director of the Australian Writers’ Centre, recently threw herself into the world of art. This sparked growth in her business, her career, and developed her “Creative Quotient”.
In this interview with Valerie, she explains how your “Creative Quotient” grows the more you give into your curiosity.
“Your creative genius is what comes naturally to you.”
In this Business Growth Summit for Women Entrepreneurs session with Valerie Khoo, you’ll discover how tapping into your creative side can rejuvenate your business.
Your creative curiosity can be free, fun, and make you money.
Why Giving in to Your Creative Curiosity is Good for Your Business
Watch this Summit session with Valerie Khoo to learn:
- How your creative interests can lead to innovation
- Why creativity is vital in determining your bottom line
- How to incorporate creativity into your life
- The dangers of ignoring your ‘creative quotient’
- The myth of Creative = Poor
- Specific steps to tap into your inner genius
Meet Valerie Khoo
Valerie Khoo is a visual artist, curator, entrepreneur, storyteller, and mentor based in Sydney. She is the founder and national director of the Australian Writers’ Centre.
She is also the Curator for the City of Sydney’s 2019 Sydney Lunar Festival; attracting over one million people it is the third largest annual event in Sydney.
Business Success takes mastering the Outer Game (the tactics and skills, the knowledge) AND also (and almost more importantly) the Inner Game (the mindset, barriers to growth and self-limited actions and thoughts).
You can get access to 16 brilliant business minds, including Valerie Khoo, for one week only.
This post was authored by Hannah Stanley. Hannah is completing a journalism internship at HerBusiness. She studies journalism and electronic media at the University of Tennessee in the United States.