Creative conversation is how we improve our ability to create the possibilities we imagine for ourselves as individuals, as communities and as a community. Creative conversation around ideas for creative community enterprise creates community.

Creative conversation as a community is how we move our ideas about how things are, to ideas about how things could be, to ideas about what we can do, to ideas about how we can opportunities for our community to be involved, participate in, and contribute to creating the possibilities we imagine.

Creative conversation around stories we can create is how we create stories as communities.

Creative conversation around creative ideas about what we can do excites word of mouth communications and creative contribution.


An oral exchange of sentiments, observations, opinions, or ideas.
Relating to the transmission of information by word of mouth.

We are living in an oral world. We are talking to one another, with one another, and for one another all the time. We are communicating information when we are talking. We talk when we have information to communicate. Conversation is communicating information about how we see, feel, and think about things from our experience of the world and what ideas we have about what we can do to create a better experience of our world or a better world to experience.

Creative conversation is conversation focused on exploring what we know, what we see, what we think, and how we feel, – to explore what we care about, where we are, where we want to be, where we could be, and what we can do which could contribute to our creative interests.

Conversation is our richest media. Creative conversation as communities of common interest and common enterprise around our creative interests and around opportunities and ideas for creative community enterprise  is how we increase our wealth, health, and well-being as communities and our possibilities for a richer future. The last question for creative conversation is the first question for creative community enterprise.

What can we do?

Roger Chilton
My point of view

Exploring the Power of Creative Conversation
The Story