Winds in the east\ Mist comin’ in\ Like something’s a brewin’\ About to begin\ Can’t put me finger\ On what lies in store\ I’ll write an extra article\ If I get five more (patreon members)…
One-man band, poet, chalk artist, chimney sweep… Bert has a lot of jobs in “Mary Poppins” and he does them with style. Anyone who can go up on the rooftops and step in time or chase a cartoon fox through his own drawing has a flexibility of thinking that allows him to be more creative. Flexibility in thinking is one of the four key categories that are measured when scientists study creativity.
We have eight days left in our Patreon promotion. For every five people that join at any level before August 1, I will write an additional creativity article. I already have one ready to go for August 14: “’Popeye,’ criticism, and creativity.” If I did the next one on “Mary Poppins,” my Patreon will be popping!
Join our Patreon today and let’s see how many articles on creativity I can write in a month! (I could probably do a whole series on “Mary Poppins.” The Sherman Brothers, the animation/live action, Julie Andrews and Dick Van Dyke… That’s even without considering the sequel.)