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But what if I could go in and improve the soil? Turns out, curiosity is great fertilizer. For your mind, that is. Not your grass.
Seeing past what we already know, or how we already do things, is one of our biggest barriers to creativity. We can’t unlearn what we have a
Teachers are innate helpers. It’s part of their character. From the time they enrolled in college, with designs on being Jaime Escalante…
So why, then, do improv teams have practice and rehearsals, and what can we learn from them to help with our own creative behavior?
The Creativity Formula, if implemented and promoted, will help to uncover those unknown annoyances, boosting the productivity, happiness…
That’s the difference between a “positive attitude” and an “athletic attitude.” A positive attitude is, “This is great, I can do it!” An ath
Reasons number 1 and 2 are work. Reason number 3 is labor.
For schools: consider the notion that most school work is too much labor and no
But, when I gave participants the chance to vote on their favorite ideas, almost all of their favorite ideas came from the third 1/3. Almost
The SCAMPER technique is also useful in your workplace for finding new ideas! Watch a demo below of how to use SCAMPER.
Ideas aren’t born fully-formed. One of the things I do as a creativity coach is teach people how not to kill ideas before they have a chance
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