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Setting aside the traditional human way of thinking and learn to think anew with the help of new thought process.
An open mind is a valuable resource. When you're interested in new possibilities and able to think creatively, you're more likely to stay energized in your role – and keep your team or business one step ahead of the competition.
The Power of New Ideas.
You don't have to be artistic to be creative. Everyone can learn to generate bold, groundbreaking ideas by adopting a creative approach and applying the best thinking tools.
There are three key approaches to generating new ideas:
1. Breaking old thinkin...
We can all get stuck in certain "tracks" of thought and fall victim to groupthink . These ideas may be so comfortable that we don't even realize that they're holding us back! So, to have fresh ideas, we need to break away from established patterns of thought and start to see new paths ahead.
1. Challenging your assumptions.
You likely bring a set of assumptions to each and every situation. Many of them may turn out to be true, but challenging your preconceptions can also open up some exciting possibilities.
2. Rephrase the Problem
The way you define or frame your p...
3. Think in Reverse
If you're finding it difficult to think of a new approach, try turning the problem upside-down!
Flip the question and explore the exact opposite of what you want to achieve. This can present you with innovative ways to tackle the real issue.
To come up with a...
4. Mix Your Media
Radical ideas can arise from tackling problems in unusual ways. A great way to do this is to apply different types of creativity – don't just talk or write about your plans, explore them through music, painting, photography, sculpture… whatever enables you to express yours...
Another way to generate new ideas is to make new and unexpected connections. Some of the best ideas seem to occur almost by chance – you see or hear something unconnected with the situation you're trying to resolve, and a lightbulb goes on in your head!
Try some of the following strategies ...
2. Picture prompts. Images can be a great way to inspire creative thinking. Pick any image, find a connection with your problem – however tenuous – and notice any new possibilities that open up.
3. Objects of interest. How about asking your team members to bring a small object of their choi...
Finally, you can add extra dynamism to your thinking by taking a step back from your usual standpoint and viewing a problem through "fresh eyes."
You'll often get a surprising new take on an issue by talking to someone with a different perspective, maybe because of their age, life experienc...
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