Most people are afraid to be creative because they are afraid that their innovation will be criticized and faulted. In other words, there is a creative system in our brain that adds creativity and innovation to all our general behaviors.
This creative system can also come into action when we sleep in the form of dreaming, but the activity it does when we are awake is much more important.
We see this type of creativity in the performance of great athletes and others who create incredible and unique feats of neuromuscular skills.
Michael Jordan is one of the most creative athletes the world has ever seen. It is creative thinking that distinguishes writers, artists, musicians and scientists from others. Einstein, Shakespeare, Mozart and Van Gogh were among this creative group.
Taken from the book Theory of Choice written by Dr. William Glaser, pages 108 and 124