Nov 26, 2019
Navigating the world as a member of the LGBT community gives us an advantage when it comes to creativity, allowing us to see possibilities that others may not and affording us a different way of looking at the world. So, how can you tap into that inherent creativity to grow your business and brand? How can you leverage imagination as a superpower and become a creative entrepreneur?
Peter Krask is the Founder and Creative Director of The Creativity Guide, a venture that helps entrepreneurs and artists tap into their creativity and provides support and direction in designing and running a business. He was recently selected to be a Dedicated Mentor at the New Museum in New York City for Year 6 of the New Inc. Program. Peter is also an accomplished photographer and writer, and he has been the President of PMK Floral Arts for 20-plus years.
On this episode of Queer Money, Peter joins us to define creative entrepreneurship and discuss what creatives and entrepreneurs have in common. He shares the connection between being queer and being creative, weighing in on what creativity blocks LGBT entrepreneurs have in common and how we can capitalize on our ability to see possibilities outside the norm. Listen in for insight around Peter’s role as a Creativity Guide and learn how tap into your imagination and leverage creativity as a superpower.