By Rana DiOrio, Co-Founder & CEO of Creative Mint, Inc.
The way we’ve been ushering children’s media into the world is inefficient, time-consuming, undemocratic, cloaked, and done in a way that does not honor Creatives. According to Jeff Goins, the best-selling author of five books, including The Art of Work and Real Artists Don’t Starve:
“A creative is an artist. Not just a painter or musician or writer. She is someone who sees the world a little differently than others.
A creative is an individual. He is unique, someone who doesn’t quite fit into any box. Some think of creatives as iconoclasts; others see them as rebels. Both are quite apt.
A creative is a thought leader. He influences people not necessarily through personality but through his innate gifts and talents.”