By Steve Pavlina. According to a well-known stereotype, left-handed people such as myself are supposedly more creative than right-handed people.
I don’t know if that stereotype has any basis in reality, but when I learned about it as a child, I assumed that because I was left-handed, I was supposed to be highly creative.
That was the rule, right? I never thought to question it, so creativity became a big part of my value system from an early age.
Creativity has its downsides, but on balance it has served me extremely well over the years.
Continued in his article Creativity for Smart People.
[Steve Pavlina is recognized as one of the most successful personal development bloggers, and is author of the book Personal Development for Smart People: The Conscious Pursuit of Personal Growth.]