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A table topic session on creativity

Are public speakers a creative lot? We are as intrigued as TM Rita is. TM Rita asks her club members this and some other questions about creativity and creative geniuses. Read her submission for a table topic session below.

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Role of Table Topic Master
Role of Table Topic Master

A lot of what we take for granted in life is courtesy of creative people around us – music, books, a great movie, even the clothes we wear. This world would really be a dull place if not for their talents. Every time a creative genius gives the world a great new piece of art, this world becomes a better and richer place to inhabit. Today, I would like to know your thoughts on this in our Table Topic Session. All of you are welcome to participate and speak on some easy table topics for 1 to 2 minutes. Let’s begin.

  1. Do you think creativity is inborn or can it be acquired?
  2. Girls in general are more creative than boys – agree or disagree?
  3. A creative artist you admire.
  4. How would a world without creative people look?
  5. What makes you feel creative?
  6. If you could be a creative genius, what sort would you fancy?
  7. Would you call public speaking a creative pursuit?

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Thank you TM Rita for this submission.

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