Internationally bestselling author and award-winning Stanford University educator Tina Seelig has taught creativity to the best and brightest students at Stanford and to business leaders around the world.
With inGenius she expertly decodes creativity, revealing an approach that everyone can use to enhance their own creative genius. Whether we are attempting to generate fresh ideas or struggling with problems that have no solutions in sight, Seelig offers a revolutionary new model, the Innovation Engine, which explains how creativity is generated on the inside and how it is influenced by the outside world.
Describing the variables that work together to catalyze or inhibit our creative abilities, Seelig provides a set of tools we can use right away to radically enhance our own ingenuity as well as that of our colleagues, organizations, and communities.
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This has been one of the biggest challenges in creativity research: How do you get beyond the first obvious solution? Brainstorming is a skill like playing basketball. You need to keep practicing and practicing.
And then you have to learn how to use these rules to your advantage. You need to have a team that knows how to pass the ball. You want to keep moving forward and going beyond the first wave of ideas and the second wave of ideas and keep pushing. The goal of brainstorming is to make the whole greater than the sum of the parts, and great brainstormers do that—just like great basketball players.
I've just finished reading Tina Seelig's "InGenius" and the best compliment I can pay it is that it has changed me, "supercharged" me and provided me with inspiration, motivation and - best of all - it has helped me find creative answers to specific innovation challenges I had been working on for some time. Or, how blogger Elise Bauer found her calling. They should all bring unique perspectives. I tell them there is an imaginary present sitting on their desk and ask them to pick it up and feel how heavy it is, how big it is, and to imagine how beautifully it is wrapped. So I read the book from wherever I felt like and this worked for me.
We all get better with practice and with encouragement and with environments that stimulate our creativity. When we learn to walk, nobody criticizes us when we fall down, right?
Because they know that the process of learning how to walk is a trial-and-error process. We need to understand that coming up with new ideas is equivalent to that. We need to celebrate all the experiments along the way. By Drake Baer 6 minute Read.
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