Professionals are rewarded for developing creative ideas, but that can be hard to do when you're stressed out and overworked. Here are some strategies to help you become more creative at work.
- As professionals, we're rewarded…for developing creative ideas.…Of course we want to be more innovative…and solve problems in new ways.…But how can we actually do that…when we're often stressed out,…and overworked, and have enough to do…just keeping up with our existing work?…That's a question I researched for my book, Stand Out.…I interviewed more than 50 top thought leaders…to understand how they developed their own…most creative ideas.…And here are a few strategies you might…also want to employ.…First, one important technique is to mix perspectives.…
Most of us, even if we've been in the same…job or field for a long time,…have some experience with another way…of looking at the world.…Maybe you changed roles or companies.…Maybe you have a serious hobby like music,…or sports, or chess, that's shaped how you view the world.…Maybe you grew up in another culture, or spent time abroad.…Any of these can fuel new insights…as you think about how things are done in one area…and ask yourself, why couldn't we apply that over here?…
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