The myth of creativity is such an apt title. It fills my heart with joy as reader to find that the author realizes that creativity is not a possession of few who can play with colours or pull out a melody from violin. It belongs to all those who have passion for work, whatever that may be and patience to work until they see perfection in it.
Though, one factor which makes lives of creative people miserable sometimes is the failure of our society to understand the beauty of their work, as truly said "the beauty lies in the eyes of beholder." And for that same reason, we see in history that the work of great many artist wasn’t acclaimed unless someone with influence was able to relate to the emotion behind the work. We can only appreciate work of any form when we feel the underlying emotion. Then that work can be a painting with dancing colours or business plan full stats and projections.