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Join OpenIDEO's challenge: How might we inspire young people to cultivate their creative confidence?

Sina Mossayeb

November 21, 2013

As young children, we’re all creative. We draw, sing, build, and dream. Yet somewhere along the way – due to the influence of others or our own insecurity – many of us put down these creative instincts. Together with IDEO and our partners, we’re asking the OpenIDEO community to design fun, inspiring and new ways to help teenagers and young adults around the world preserve and nurture their own creative confidence. At a time when our world faces unprecedented challenges, how might we ensure that young people practice their creative confidence today so that they have a shot at becoming successful leaders tomorrow?

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  • Rob Matthews

    by aligning things they love with tech accelerators. Like how I used rocksmith video game to learn how to shred on guitar over a six month period and had a blast doing so.

  • Régis ELO

    thank you Sina ! i 'm still enjoying your post and wait for the next challenge you put on the table... It's exactly the kind of subjects i'm dealing with ;;;i hope we could share some GOOD IDEAS !!! haahaha ... Love is a gift to receive and share for free ... BUT only trust and confidence could make it last eternally in this world blurred by deception

  • Alessandra Rizzotti

    Thank you for sharing Sina. I'm going to include this in Push for Good, our guide to crowdsourcing creative progress: