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Ask “What might have been?”

Looking at a situation that has already occurred and asking yourself, “What could have happened?” can boost creativity for short periods of time.

According to an analysis by Jeremy Dean:

  • Analytical problems are best tackled with thinking about what could have been taken away from the situation.
  • Expansive problems benefited most from thinking about what could have been added to the situation.

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