TEDx Talks by Erwin McManus

“You are a creative genius and a linguistic savant,” Erwin McManus speaks to our human potential that every one of us have. He describes maybe we have forgotten that. He describes how we human beings have the incredible power to imagine a new future and create a new world. Inspirational talks!

What is it that makes us uniquely human?

What is it about being human that compels us to destroy and create?

Erwin Raphael McManus argues that humans are all woks of art and artists at work.

As bees create hives, and ants create colonies, humans create futures.

This is the intersection of creativity and spirituality- humans materialize the invisible.

The human revolution needs a manifesto of human creativity: “We breathe therefore we create!”

Bio via tedxsandiego.com/events/2015-2020-vision/

Author, speaker, futurist and innovator who specializes in developing and unleashing creativity, Erwin Raphael McManus is an iconoclast known as a cultural pioneer for his integration of creativity and spirituality. Engaging such issues as culture, creativity, change, and leadership, Erwin is widely known as a thought-provoking communicator. His travels have taken him to over 50 countries and he has spoken to over a million people.

Bio via tedxhongkong.org/speaker/erwin-mcmanus/

Erwin Raphael McManus is an iconoclast known as a cultural pioneer for his integration of creativity and spirituality.

Erwin is a storyteller and observer of life. His writings are an exploration of the human spirit and search for what makes us uniquely human.

Erwin sees the imagination as the principal vehicle through which we create a better self, a better world, and a better future. Creativity, McManus contends, is a natural expression of our spirituality.

Books authored by Erwin McManus

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