Take the leap.

5 ways to jolt your ideas into being #ideation #creativity #process

In a rush to get to done, we often skip the most important step: thinking. Not just about how to solve a problem, but which one to work on in the first place.

Where do good ideas come from? From having lots of lots of ideas, and not blocking the flow of exploration in the embryonic early stages.

Get rid of “the Department of No,” as quoted in Chris Guillebeau’s The Art of Nonconformity, or what Edward de Bono calls “black hat thinking” in Six Thinking Hats. Let it be open. Give it the space. In the beginning, considering the possibilities is huge.