If you’ve seen TED talks, you better also know about the RSA! Founded in 1754 (that’s no typo, folks) in London, the Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce is a British institution dedicated to the creative spark. It was only natural, then, that the RSA would invite Richard Florida to speak at their recent program —Florida’s new book, “The Rise of the Creative Class —Revisited” takes another look at the importance of the creative mind, and how it affects the world in which it finds itself. Check out Florida’s dynamic speech, entitled “Why Creativity is the New Economy” and watch the video on the RSA website. The next step, naturally, is to get out there and CREATE!
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