Essay on creative spark talk analysis

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Creative Spark Talk Analysis PHL/458 Creative Spark Talk Analysis My philosophy for a happy life: During this talk held in Washington D.C on October 2013, Sam Berns a 17 year old who suffers from a strange disease called “Progeria,” explains how this condition has only allowed him to live a happier life. According to the speaker this is an extremely rare disease that affects approximately 350 kids worldwide. It is characterized for giving children a premature aging aspect and the most common symptoms are: growth failure, loss of hair and body fat, heart disease and aged looking skin. Stages of creativity: “Being creative means more than having certain traits.…show more content…
The speaker is very curious about many aspects of his life, he has the ability to create new concepts and ideas in order to achieve his goals and overcome obstacles, and uses his imagination to make those thoughts possible, create new helpful ways to make his life easier and do not allow his condition to be an impediment to succeed in life and make his dreams come true. Personal experience and benefits in society: To be honest, I was completely amazed with Sam Berns, due to the fact that regardless of his condition he has never doubt himself and he believes that the most important thing about him is that he has a very happy life because he is grateful for what he has, and the word impossible does not exist in his vocabulary. He is a motivation not just for me but for the entire society as a whole, in our daily lives we all experience hard situations and face obstacles that we believe are impossible to overcome, but the truth is that we all are capable of achieving everything we want if we focus on the positive things on instead of the negative. Conclusion Using creativity, imagination and curiosity could lead us to make important changes in our lives just by having an idea and creating new ways to get what we want and be where we want to be. Resources Berns, Samuel. My philosophy for a happy life. (2013). Retrieved from: Ruggiero, V. R.
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