Creativity, Key to Your Potential

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  • Creativity, Key to Your Potential

    1. 1. Creativity The Key to Your Potential
    2. 2. Let’s Take a Test
    3. 3. Picture OneTip One: Don’t ask “What is it?” Ask “What could it be”
    4. 4. Picture TwoTip Two: Look at things Differently
    5. 5. Picture ThreeTip Three: All ideas have potential
    6. 6. Picture FourRemember: We all are creative
    7. 7. CreativityWhat is it?
    8. 8. CreativityThe secret of genius is to carry thespirit of the child into old age, whichmeans never losing your enthusiasm. --Aldous Huxley
    9. 9. CreativityCreativity is the ability to breakfrom rigid habits, the defeat ofhabit by originality.
    10. 10. CreativityA first-rate soup is more creativethan a second-rate painting. ---psychologist Abraham Maslow
    11. 11. CreativityCreativity is simply the ability tomake new combinations ofobjects, numbers, colors, notes,chemicals, and words whichsatisfy some need or desire.For example, a clock radio is thecombination of a clock and a radio.
    12. 12. Creativity is notThe invention of something out of nothing
    13. 13. Think, what is your idea of a flight of stairs?
    14. 14. But thereare manymore waysto look at stairs
    15. 15. Draw a Snowman
    16. 16. Soft and Hard Thinking Soft Hard Fantasy Approximate Direct Precision Humor Paradox Adult Work Child Hunch Reason Focused Metaphor Dream Analysis Logic Play Ambiguity Specifics RealityGeneralization Diffuse Consistency Exact
    17. 17. When Do You Get Your Best Ideas?
    18. 18. Top Ten List of Idea Friendly Times 1. While sitting on the toilet. 2. While showering or shaving. 3. While commuting to work. 4. While falling asleep or waking up. 5. During a boring meeting. 6. During Leisure reading. 7. While exercising. 8. On waking up in the middle of the night. 9. While listening to a church sermon.10. While Performing Manual Labor.
    19. 19. A Day of Ideas
    20. 20. But when you really need to get some work done.
    21. 21. Changing the Perspective • You start with one viewpoint
    22. 22. Changing the Perspective • Never Solve a Problem from Your Original Perspective
    23. 23. Identifying A Problem• Find a solution for the cause of the problem not the effect of a problem
    24. 24. Using the Fishbone
    25. 25. Using the Fishbone• Adding basic categories
    26. 26. Using the Fishbone
    27. 27. Using the Fishbone
    28. 28. Discovering Alternatives • Mind Mapping to generate ideas
    29. 29. Discovering Alternatives • Mind Maps can get fancy
    30. 30. Discovering Alternatives • But they start here
    31. 31. So RememberAll of us have creative potential.Soft thinking leads to creative ideasDifferent viewpoints work best.Solve the cause, not the effect.Good ideas come from many ideas.Give judgment a rest, and create solutions
    32. 32. Creativity Thank you, now go out there and create!!

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