Poet and artist Olga Zbarskaya is revolutionizing creative thinking

Olga Zbarskaya Founder of OZ CREDO

Dr. Olga Zbarskaya uses her poetry and art to stimulate creative thinking that changes and improves lives around the world

Start small because we can already find creativity in small things. Once you practice creative thinking, it becomes easier to overcome your fears and personal limitations.

— Olga Zbarskaya

MANHATTAN, NEW YORK, USA, May 16, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — A woman’s strength knows no boundaries; it is not something to be underestimated. As Michelle Obama said, “There is no limit to what we as women can accomplish.” Dr. Olga Zbarskaya embodies the spirit of a powerful woman who uses creative thinking as a tool to solve life’s challenges. She is the founder and CEO of OZCREDO, a creative thinking institute that offers professional training and development, mind-boosting art, and creativity workshops. His expertise in creative thinking led to the creation of his international book, “Brainstorm! Practice for Unrestricted Imagination and Original Thought”, which has become the premier reference for higher education.

Born in Odessa, Ukraine, Dr. Olga moved to America in 1996 and pursued her passion for art and science. Today, she has an impressive list of accolades for her inspirational poems and beautiful works of art, winning international awards. Her skills remain unmatched by others as she is among the few who can capture the quintessence of creative thinking to the very core. Dr. Olga continues to hone her craft and share her talents through poetry recitals, one of which recently took place on May 1, 2022, celebrating the importance of poetry in our culture. She partners with ZavoMediaPR Group, a New York-based global PR agency that strongly supports her vision of inspiring people to become creative thinkers and embrace open-mindedness with confidence. In this interview, we’re thrilled to hear exciting insights from the creative genius and discover his ability to see things from a unique perspective.

LIANA ZAVO: As an artist for over two decades, why do you think creative thinking is vital to society?

OLGA ZBARSKAYA: Creative thinking is the ability to create something new and original through unlimited imagination. We live in a rapidly changing environment, so we need to quickly adapt to changes and solve problems. I believe everyone should practice creative thinking because it allows us to become more confident and creative in achieving our goals.

We’re used to having this “boxed mindset” that forces us to have limited choices. I want to change that thought process with creative thinking: it helps us look at the same problem differently. A lot of people don’t know how to do this, so I’ve developed comprehensive tools, trainings, and workshops to help people from all walks of life. It helps them find a way to perceive the world through the prism of vivid images and new patterns. It’s called Mind Booster Art, and it’s one of my recent innovations outside of poetry.

LZ: It’s amazing! When you started your journey as a poet, who inspired you and made you see the world in a different light?

OZ: Many notable poets have influenced my thinking, such as Shakespeare, Emily Dickinson and Edgar Allan Poe. Poe has intriguing similes in his poems that inspire metaphorical thinking and creative imagination. Ever since I was young, I have always enjoyed writing, and reading these classic and contemporary works by talented poets has helped me periodically evolve my masterpieces.

LZ: You are not only a poet; you are also a doctor with extensive knowledge and experience. Would you say that poetry affects the subconscious?

OZ: Absolutely! Poetry impacts the way you think; it calms brain chemistry. Studies have proven how it awakens the mind and stimulates the imagination. Attending a poetry recital can seem like a magical experience to most people. They wake up suddenly and are inspired to do something after sleeping for a long time. Some who were in severe pain and had issues with socializing and self-expression gained positive energy and healing that improved their mood.

LZ: The month of May celebrates mental health awareness and Mother’s Day. What programs do you offer to champion and honor our hardworking mothers?

As a tribute to their selflessness and compassion, we have designed special programs for moms and people in certain professions who are anxious and stressed, overwhelmed with work and suffering from head, neck or shoulder problems. Our talented trainers are ready to lead creative yoga and movement classes combined with music, art and other events. We also offer virtual classes to expand our coverage so that people from different countries can participate. Our varied list of activities can help them channel their anxiety and frustration into something positive so they can relax, have fun and have fun.

LZ: What is your special message to our readers who seek to explore and reinvent themselves?

OZ: The takeaway is to be more creative. Start small because we can already find creativity in small things. Once you practice creative thinking, it becomes easier to overcome your fears and personal limitations. You don’t have to think outside the box because there’s no box – it’s your perception of your limits. If you stop creating your box, you will be more successful, creative and healthier.

Through creative thinking, Dr. Olga paves the golden path of hope and confidence for a better future. Having helped and changed lives with her groundbreaking techniques and innovations, she plans to expand her influence to reach more people. “Creativity will help you deal with difficult situations, communicate effectively and make better decisions. It will help you celebrate an inventive way of living everyday life,” Dr. Olga revealed. His desire for progress becomes a source of inspiration for everyone.

Heather Peterson
ZavoMediaPR Group
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