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Walk and talk exercise

Walk 'n talk. A creative thinking exercise.

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Walk and talk exercise

  1. 1. Walk ‘n talk exercise
  2. 2. Research shows that people think more creatively during and immediately after walking. How often do you do walking meetings – like Jack Dorsey, Marc Zuckerberg, and Jeff Weiner? https://medium.com/the-mission/how-to-use-steve-jobs-simple-innovation-routine-2d379d2d787#.7icppmdvx http://news.stanford.edu/2014/04/24/walking-vs-sitting-042414/ http://qz.com/658725/research-backs-up-the-instinct-that-walking-improves-creativity/
  3. 3. http://creativethinking.net/when-you-need-new-ideas-take-a-thought-walk/ Whenever you’re deeply involved with a problem, take a thought walk, for example around your neighbourhood, a shopping mall, a park, a forest etc. Look for objects, situations, or events that are interesting or that can be metaphorically compared with whatever you are working on.
  4. 4. http://www.imagebase.net/People/051-copy
  5. 5. Research shows that when you walk, you help your mind go back and revisit what you have been reading / analysing / learning. http://bigthink.com/natalie-shoemaker/5-exercises-to-help-boost-creativity-divergent-thinking
  6. 6. http://www.slideshare.net/frankcalberg/learning-strategies-11478939

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