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How to Generate Brilliant Ideas

I had a listen to this the other day that Mike shared with our team when out walking.  It's one I'll definitely pop back into. I particularly liked the useful reminder about how creative thinking is influenced by the envioronment you are in. Often your best ideas come to you in different environments and usually ones where you are much more relaxed. Have you ever woken up in the middle of the night with a light bulb moment giving you an idea on a difficult problem?

It's got me thinking about what more I can to to think creatively and help others to do the same. Well worth a listen.

It covered:

- Why thinking originally is difficult

- How to think like a beginner and question everything

- Five techniques for creating brilliant, original ideas

- Why quantity is almost as important as quality

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