Tina Seelig is a faculty director of the Stanford Technology Ventures Program, a center within Stanford Engineering that helps entrepreneurs turn their ideas, enthusiasm and energy into real-world products.
In short, she is an expert in creativity.
Seelig has learned that it’s not abundance — of money, time or energy — that makes an idea succeed, but often quite the opposite. A lack of resources can be a source of great creativity.
In this video, Seelig discusses creativity with constraints and answers questions from a live online audience. Watch here: