Which Great Creator Are You Like?
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I create like Edmond Albius! Which great creator are you like?
Edmond was a 12-year-old slave who discovered how to farm vanilla in 1841. Like him, you are the creator no one expects—modest, unassuming, and likely to find elegant solutions to impossible problems. Edmond’s discovery is essential for chocolate, Coke, Chanel No.5, and, of course, ice cream. How will you change the world?
I create like Rosalind Franklin! Which great creator are you like?
Rosalind Franklin discovered the double-helix structure of DNA. Like her, you are a relentless creator who may be overlooked because you focus on discovery, not glory. Franklin laid foundation of modern biology and medicine. What will you do with your talent?
I create like Robin Warren! Which great creator are you like?
Robin Warren discovered bacteria in the stomach, which science said was impossible. Like him, you have the courage to believe what you see, not what you are told. Warren revolutionized our understanding of the human body. What impossible, world-changing things will you see?
I create like Wassily Kandinsky! Which great creator are you like?
Wassily Kandinsky was one of the first abstract painters. Like him, you produce apparently spontaneous creations by being thorough, practiced, and masterful. Kandinsky’s deep, insightful understanding of his craft transformed how we think about art. What will your insight and mastery transform?
I create like Wilbur Wright! Which great creator are you like?
Wilbur Wright was the driving force leading the invention of the airplane, but he always made sure his younger brother, Orville, got equal credit. Like Wilbur, you have a talent for leading as well as creating, and one reason you succeed is that you are generous with credit. Wilbur’s creative leadership made the modern world. Where will yours take us?
I create like Trey Parker! Which great creator are you like?
Trey Parker created the TV show “South Park” and the musical “Book of Mormon” with his creative partner Matt Stone. They are equals, but both see Parker as leader. Like Parker, you’re a team player who shares credit and the force driving your creative projects. Parker’s creative talents entertain, satirize, and shock the world. What will you do with yours?
I create like Jim Henson! Which great creator are you like?
Jim Henson created the Muppets by inspiring a team of talented puppeteers and puppet designers with his imaginative vision. Like him, you are not just a talented creator, you also have what it takes to build and lead high performing creative teams. Henson entertained and educated generations. What will you do with your creative vision?
I create like Kelly Johnson! Which great creator are you like?
Kelly Johnson led the development of jet aircraft during World War Two, and stealth aircraft afterwards. But his greatest creation may be the “Skunk Works,” his advanced research organization. Like him, can build and lead large creative organizations. Johnson changed aeronautical engineering. What will you change?
I create like Steve Jobs! Which great creator are you like?
Steve Jobs co-founded and led Apple, Inc., taking it from personal computers to smartphones and more. Like him, you have great self-belief, a focused, single-minded vision, and lead from the front. Jobs helped bring computing into people’s lives, and showed the world the value of great design. What will your vision bring us?
I create like Robert Johnson! Which great creator are you like?
Robert Johnson’s singing, song-writing, and guitar playing helped create the blues and rock ’n’ roll. He devoted himself completely to his craft, touring constantly, and studying many forms of music. Like him, you have the capacity for single minded dedication and the ability to work hard to achieve excellence. What new creations will your commitments bring?
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What do other people think of your creative abilities?
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Do you care who gets the credit for your creative work?
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What’s best? Working alone, or with others?
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Do you care what other people think?
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What’s more important? Moments of brilliance, or hours of work?