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LAS VEGAS — Erik Wahl, a former corporate executive, who left the corporate world to reconnect with creativity and art, explained and demonstrated Tuesday to attendees at the American Credit Union Mortgage Association’s annual conference how they can use creativity to spark innovation and improved performance.

Wahl started his presentation by asking the audience at the Encore in Las Vegas if they can draw. When no one raised their hands, he said that was the usual response from most of his audiences. The difference was stark compared to when he would ask the same question at schools where nearly 100% of hands would go up, he said.

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