When you  watch little babies babble to themselves and toddlers having conversations with their stuffed animals, you can see the wealth of creativity humans are born with.

Who sold us on the lie that only artists, poets and musicians are creative?

When we were kids, we all expressed our inner Picasso as effortlessly as we would breathe. We colored outside of the lines with so much pride until some grown-ups, with good intentions, would “train” us to do it “the right way”.

But as we aged, we stifled our creativity as the mortgages, deadlines, garbages, and the stuff of life took over our days.

What can you do to recapture your childlike creativity?