Many of us don’t give questions a second thought. They’re a part of how we gather information from others on a daily basis. But did you realize that asking yourself provocative, thought-provoking questions can be a powerful catalyst for creative problem solving? Here’s how.
Random word stimulation can help you access your subconscious mind and the wealth of information it contains to brainstorm original ideas.
Like the rich soil of a farm field in the spring, your brain is waiting to be cultivated to yield a bumper crop of profitable ideas that will help to propel you to a future filled with success and abundance.
Brainsparker is an intriguing card-based brainstorming app for the iPhone, iPad and iPod with a difference: It is flexible, expandable and enables you to share your ideas in a variety of ways. That makes it a worthwhile addition to your Apple mobile device.
To capture ideas, it’s smart to carry an “idea journal” with you. Here’s a savvy tip to get bigger and better ideas out of it.
Have you ever wondered what it is that elevates some of us from mediocre to outstanding creative success? I’ll let you in on the secret ingredient.
Did you know that you can configure your iPhone to serve as an astounding tool for generating and managing your best ideas? You can, using the advice in my new book, iGenius: 20 Techniques to Transform Your iPhone into the Ultimate Idea Machine.
Welcome to ChuckFrey.com, my new online home for my writings about creativity, productivity, personal development and career advice. It’s an expression of my mission to help you be more creative, productive and successful in today’s fast-moving yet uncertain business world.
What are your options when you’re stuck for creative solutions to a problem you’re facing? One powerful way is to reframe it – to view it from a different perspective.
Blogger Michael Hyatt recently compared the mindsets of scarcity and abundance. Here’s my infographic that helps you compare and contrast their characteristics.