- Thinking to help create new ideas.
- Explore new ideas
- Learn to become flexible in your thinking.
- Practice visualization
- Create concept maps
- Illustrative schemas
- Sketch ideas out.
- Explore other fields
- Looking for new new ideas
- Adampt and synthesize
- Keep records of explorations
- Keep an "Idea Journal"
- Learn to think in possibilities
- Vivid, diverge, be expansive
- Generate lots of ideas and refine them.
- Get the big picture.
- Learn to focus on parts
- Return to big picture.
- Force to try new things.
- Experiment with new strategies
- Play with imagination
- Think as an "idea artist"
- Combine ideas.
- "sleep on it", and revisit
- Take time to imagine new possibilities.
- Practice daydreaming
- Look for ideas and inspirations
- Visit ordinary places.
- Scan books , ads & photos for new ideas.
- Ask family members
- Ask friends
- Asl strangers for a fresh perspectives.
- Brainstorm and free associate
- Free yourself from restrictive thinking
- de-romanticize visions of the past
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June 1, 2011
Thinking to help create new ideas.
Posted by Niranjan Meegammana at 1:20 AM