Throughout history, administrators, psychologists and many other professionals in different areas of expertise have been addressing the meaning of creativity, its characteristics and different types. The concept of being creative used to be strictly related to artistic performances since scientists and doctors discovered creativity developed more evidently in the right part of the brain, thus turning musicians, painters into the focal point of creative thinking. However, now a day people have gathered enough data to understand the fact that creativity is not strictly and only attached to career options in humanities. Creativity is seen in every new product, writing or idea created. It is also a character trait that can be developed and improved over the years with the accurate educational skills to enhance creative thinking. Creativity not only helps develop new things and improve old ones, but it also contributes to create an innovative personality where the individual implements all the ideas generated by the creative thinking process. The following article will describe opinions from different authors about how creativity is developed and the relationship it has with innovative skills. The following paper explores different perspectives that help shape and understand the concept of creativity over time and the relationship it has with education and innovative skills a person develops over the years.