Creative Thinking

In thinking process, creativity is the highest

Creative thinking

This quote from my professor inspires me to have a post regarding creativity. Since my course really needs to practice and harness this skill. I look and search on how I can acquire or develop it.

“Great ideas are integral to success.” Lynda Cutin gives me the tool to generate fresh new ideas quickly and systematically. Using the proven techniques of lateral thinking provocative operations, concept extraction, and random entry. She engages me in a powerful idea- generating process that will give you something useful to take back to your job. You’ll learn how to break out of your current mind box, take charge of your creative thinking potential, and out think your competition.

What is it all about?

Creative thinking

come up with an AHA!

Creative thinking is all about asking yourself of  “What can I do to get my mind to escape my routine thought pattern . I’ve got to find some new track and then eventually come up with an AHA!” You know you got the perfect great idea because it make sense with everything you already known.

It may sound absolutely absurd at first, the idea might sound silly that it doesn’t make any sense at all. And very often people would say and throw back at you that it will never work and that is stupid but if we just go to the concept- “concept extraction” you can generate an idea from it.

Let us be comfortable with this idea that sounds little rocky absurd, make us giggle and step back from them. There might be a concept we can extract. Maybe we can move out thinking forward to something new that we haven’t thought of. This thought or ideas when first presented aren’t the idea that you end up delivering. So try to extract something from its concept. You wouldn’t know that it is the best among the rest.

Take charge of your creative energy “to enjoy enduring success we should travel a little in advance of the world” – John Mc Donald

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