Pushed forward vs. pulled back


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Pushed forward vs. pulled back

Think about the ideas you normally generate. Would you qualify them as crazy ideas or would you say that the ideas you normally produce could use a little boost in the novelty department? Truth is, most of the ideas that we produce, have to be pushed forward into truly great territory. This is kind of hard, because most ordinary ideas are pretty far away from extraordinary. It would be easier to pull ideas back from absurdity, closer to novelty than it would be to push them forward from ordinary into crazy.

So what holds us back, from starting with crazy and working backwards? Because too often our goal is approval rather than innovation. If we work in any form of business environment, we spend most of our professional time generating ideas for approvals Rather than innovative solutions. From our boss's approval to the client's approval, most of the ideas we generate are meant to pass some form of approval process. Spend any time within this process, and it's easy to see how our ideas can i...

Pushed forward vs. pulled back
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Pushed forward vs. pulled back provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Stefan Mumaw as part of the Creativity Training: Generate Ideas in Greater Quantity and Quality

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