20 episodes

Creativity is at the top of our basic human needs and is a natural expression of our species that has been repressed to our own detriment. Creativity Roots is an exploration of our extraordinary capacity to be creative; a movement to rediscover our natural ability to innovate.
We will do this by demystifying creativity, expanding our understanding of ourselves and embracing our own potential to innovate.

The Creativity Roots Podcast Ronald Paredes

    • Education
    • 5.0, 6 Ratings

Creativity is at the top of our basic human needs and is a natural expression of our species that has been repressed to our own detriment. Creativity Roots is an exploration of our extraordinary capacity to be creative; a movement to rediscover our natural ability to innovate.
We will do this by demystifying creativity, expanding our understanding of ourselves and embracing our own potential to innovate.

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
6 Ratings

6 Ratings

Ender Camacho ,

Inspiring and educational

Ronald has made these podcasts with real people, real emotions humble and passionate about their work. I loved episode #9 with Benj Kinenga Mushila so far. In that episode, they talked about what do you love and to follow your passion of what do you like and to never forget who made you the person that you are already, and never forget your roots and say thanks to your ancestors. I met Ronald for a long time ago, and his spirit of adventure, his spirituality, and love for creativity made him the right host for the right guest.

Urss Graff ,

New Listener

The genuine honesty and authenticity of wonder the creator of this podcast displays is worth your time alone. This is the work of a artistic anthropologist; a must-listen for any who admire the creativity of the human heart and mind.

Alex.wang94 ,

Great episode!

I think this episode”failure” made me think of the multiple times in life you think you failed, but actually it was an opportunity for us to grow and to stand up, I believe that people needs to fail in order to succeed , that’s why I loved the comparison of “failure” with a stone... you are an artist Ronald!

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