Every innovator has asked themselves this age-old question: what comes first, creativity or innovation? Do we need to be creative to innovate? Or is innovation a result of being creative? Why should we care about understanding the difference between these two concepts?
As an innovator, you may have asked yourself this question more than once. Coming up with a great idea is never easy, and it can be hard to know where to start.
There’s no such thing as failure, only feedback. That’s what all successful entrepreneurs say, anyway. And they’re probably right. But even if you don’t believe in the power of positive thinking, there’s still a lot to be learned from failure. After all, it is the ultimate teacher.
Conquering Your Fears as an Entrepreneur: A Step-by-Step Guide to Overcoming Your Fears and Achieving Success
Fear is a natural part of life, especially when it comes to entrepreneurship. Each challenge, each new venture, and each risk brings with it the potential for failure and the fear of it. It can be overcome.
As part of our Igniting Creativity in Arts & Music Series, Ignite and Music Nova Scotia have teamed up to offer this event – “How To Showcase” – a Music Nova Scotia Primer. If you’re a young performer you will learn how to get the most out of conferences and showcases – from making the decision to attend to the best way to showcase your music. Music Nova Scotia will also be giving a primer on what the organization can do for you, from offering a “Basic Training” program to help artists and aspiring music industry professionals develop their skills and knowledge, to helping with opportunities in music entrepreneurship.