John Cleese reflects on the early days of his career, and how he discovered the remarkable power of his subconscious mind to enhance his creativity.
Do you ever get stuck coming up with creative ideas? The Conjure Your Creativity tips card deck from Unstuck.com can help you diagnose what the problem is, reveal tips and strategies to eliminate or side-step the barrier and start taking one bite-sized step at a time toward a creative solution.
Thought experiments are a powerful ideation method used by creative luminaries like Albert Einstein and Leonardo da Vinci to achieve some of their most stunning breakthroughs. Here’s how you can use them.
One of the best ways to advance your career in 2015 is to become more creative. Becoming known as an idea person is an awesome way to differentiate yourself and increase your value to your boss, your organization and anyone else you serve. Here are 10 powerful ways to dramatically increase your creativity in 2015.
We’re living in the Creative Age, where ideas are the coin of the realm. Are you prepared to leverage the opportunities it can bring your way?
If you need new ideas to solve a problem or challenge, you have many brainstorming techniques you can use. But one of the most productive ways is to adapt a solution that has been successful in another industry or market. In other words, you can leverage other peoples’ ideas.
Did you know that Google isn’t just the world’s most popular and powerful search engine? It’s also an awesome tool for creative problem solving.
Random word stimulation can help you access your subconscious mind and the wealth of information it contains to brainstorm original ideas.
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.
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