One of the challenges we face when we’re trying to solve problems is that we get stuck in a mental rut, using the same habitual mindset. To help us break out of our well-worn thinking patterns, Mark Levy has developed a valuable set of 10 creative questions in his excellent free report, List-Making as a Tool of Thought Leadership.
Here are 10 don’t-miss resources that will help you kick-start your creativity, leap over roadblocks and generate exceptionally valuable ideas, from my recently-launched Creativity Hacks 2nd Edition e-book.
Do you realize that you are surrounded by ideas and inspiration? Any number of these “triggers” in your daily environment could provide the inspiration you’ve been looking for to solve the challenges you face.
Later this week, I will launch an expanded and updated 2nd edition of my popular e-book, Creativity Hacks: Shortcuts to Help You Crush Your Challenges and Live a Kick-Ass Life. It features more than 70 pages of new strategies and insights.
Which brainstorming techniques should you use to attack your next innovation challenge? Here are the “super seven” that innovation consultant Bryan Mattimore says have the advantages of being easy to learn, flexible to adapt to different types of creative challenges and are diverse enough to deliver different types of ideas.
You own the most powerful creativity tool imaginable. How are you using it to enhance your work and life?
Hi! It’s your brain here. We need to talk! I can do more for you than you can possibly imagine. So why don’t you exercise me more?
I created this new infographic to dramatize the difference between visual thinking and linear thinking.
Here are 10 ways you can leverage your iPhone or Android smartphone as an awesome creativity tool.
Serendipity can be a wonderful, powerful and mysterious phenomenon. Here’s how it works, and how to put it to work for you.