This past week, I was interviewed by Tim Tyler on his "Tucson in Review" program. Our 30-minute discussion covered a wide range of topics related to Deep Creativity. I have broken down the interview into four audio files. Here is a link and an overview of the questions addressed in each:
PART 1: What is creativity? Where does it come from? Can creativity be taught? How does Deep Creativity differ from other approaches? What has been the reception to the book so far?
PART 2: What are some of the more controversial ideas in Deep Creativity? How does one "live outside the box"? What role does self-transcendence play in the creative experience? How does one transcend the self? And what is Repose?
PART 3: How is Repose pertinent to creativity? Why is it such an effective tool? What can be done to make classrooms more conducive to creativity? How do we nurture creativity in children? Why is play important? What is PlayHaven? And how did it originate?
PART 4: Can Deep Creativity benefit people who do not consider themselves creative? Why focus on the creative experience? How can these ideas make a difference in people's lives? Why does the book deal with the topic of unconditional love? How is love pertinent to creativity? Where is the book available? And what resources can be found on victorshamas.com?