Efiong Etuk

Efiong Etuk
Efiong Etuk
Creativity: Revealing the Truth about Human Nature
Creativity: Revealing the Truth about Human Nature, a lifetime treasure of wit and practical wisdom, brings you in touch with your innermost being: Who you are; What your life is truly about; What gives it meaning and enduring significance. Words that speak to you personally, intimately, and directly awaken your unique capabilities, interests, values, passions, and motivations, so you can use that understanding to build a life is meaningful, genuinely successful, and personally fulfilling.
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Efiong Etuk
Global Creativity
Blacksburg, Virginia, USA
Dr. Efiong Etuk is founding director of the Global Creativity Network, a worldwide community of concerned individuals dedicated to the idea of a world in which everyone can be effective, creative, and successful. Proponent of the “Global Creativity-Consciousness,” “The Right to Be Creative,” “The Age of Creativity,” “Mass Creativity,” and the “Global Creativity ‘Marshall Plan,’” Dr. Etuk speaks and writes extensively on strategies for nurturing and engaging everybody’s unique abilities in the Great Work of building a viable and sustainable global civilization that is a befitting tribute to our generation and an enduring legacy to posterity.

If we seriously hope to resolve the chaos the world is facing and to achieve the viable and sustainable global future everybody envisions, what is needed is a social-economic-political system in which all the Earth’s seven billion inhabitants are able to develop and to engage their unique abilities in important and beneficial activities and, thus, to experience their lives as having meaning and significance. Necessarily, too, we will need to evolve goals for mankind and Planet Earth that people perceive as giving purpose and direction to their own lives and, therefore, as worthy of the commitment of their time and their creative energies. As far as I can see, there is no viable alternative.
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