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Simply connectin...
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KnowledgeCuriosity
Creativity
Innovation
“Bring your creativity to the
next level”
curio workout
By @saifulism
Curiosity
Curiosity (from Latin curiosus "careful,
diligent, curious," akin to cura "care") is a
quality related to inquisitive thin...
"I have no special gift. I am
only passionately curious."
– Einstein, quoted in Thorpe, Scott, How to Think Like Einstein,...
Creativity
Creativity is a phenomenon whereby
something new and valuable is
created (such as an idea, a joke, an
artistic or literary...
The range of scholarly interest in creativity includes a
multitude of definitions and approaches involving
several discipl...
"Could the answers you've been seeking be on the
other side of your head? Your brain is really two
brains. You use one of ...
Creativity and Doing
Creativity and doing can be expressed as a
mathematical expression (a function, f ):
Creativity = f (...
3 Paths Toward A More
Creative Life
http://www.fastcodesign.com/1671921/3-paths-toward-a-more-creative-life
Innovation
Innovation is the application of better solutions that
meet new requirements, unarticulated needs, or existing
market need...
While something novel is often described as an
innovation, in economics, management science, and
other fields of practice ...
http://www.fastcompany.com/3020950/leadership-now/what-is-innovation
You can’t connect the dots looking
forward, you can o...
Innovation is simply
connecting the dots
And we will learn how to connect them
trough knowledge and experiences, both in
r...
"The wireless telegraph is not difficult to
understand. The ordinary telegraph is
like a very long cat. You pull the tail ...
“Find more dots to be connected by
increasing your knowledge and
experiences”
curio workout
By @saifulism
Imagination
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Imagination, also called the faculty
of imagining, is the ability to form
new images and sensations that are
not perceived...
Curiosity sparks knowledge,
Knowledge sparks creativity,
Creativity sparks innovation
And all of of them are
growing well ...
The objective of CURIO Creative
Workout is optimizing the power of
imagination as an incubation of
ideas.
1. Pattern Recog...
Benefits of working using disciplined
and well practiced imagination
With a disciplined and practiced save a lot
of time a...
Then we simply only need to turn on your
PC or gadget or even take paper only if
necessary. It will reduce our dependencie...
And the biggest challenge is preparing a
disciplined and practiced imagination that
easily to controlled and adjusted into...
Pattern Recognition
Pattern Recognition
Having an attitude to listen more and
lowering our filter inhibition of mind. More
listening will let ...
Pattern Continuation
Pattern Continuation
Enhance persistence on mastering both
recognizing and continuing pattern
Enhance flexibility to fit i...
Pattern Co-Creation
Pattern Co-Creation
Keeping motivation and spirit on exploring new
pattern with deeper meaning and higher values
Growing c...
Having a disciplined and well
practiced imagination is looks
like having super big and
sophisticated workshop,
or a huge l...
“Only in imagination you can learn
thousands ways on how connecting
dots, millions trial and error without
feeling guilty”...
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Thank You
Simply Connecting Dots - Inspiring lessons from the expert on how to train your creativity
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Creativity is a skill and it can be trained and developed with certain method and exercise.
Creativity is not special gift and it is already inside us.

"I have no special gift. I am only passionately curious."

– Einstein, quoted in Thorpe, Scott, How to Think Like Einstein, Barnes & Noble Books, Inc., 2000, p. 115.

Curio-creative workout is one method that will train your imagination to be more passionately curious and thirsty about knowledge.

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Simply Connecting Dots - Inspiring lessons from the expert on how to train your creativity

  1. 1. http://static3.businessinsider.com/image/5341ab7b6bb3f752745bc23f/steve-jobs-13-most-inspiring-quotes.jpg Simply connecting dots Inspiring lessons from the expert on how to train your creativity By @saifulism
  2. 2. Copyright @saifulism KnowledgeCuriosity Creativity Innovation
  3. 3. “Bring your creativity to the next level” curio workout By @saifulism
  4. 4. Curiosity
  5. 5. Curiosity (from Latin curiosus "careful, diligent, curious," akin to cura "care") is a quality related to inquisitive thinking such as exploration, investigation, and learning, evident by observation in human and many animal species.[1][2] The term can also be used to denote the behavior itself being caused by the emotion of curiosity. As this emotion represents a thirst for knowledge, curiosity is a major driving force behind scientific research and other disciplines of human study.
  6. 6. "I have no special gift. I am only passionately curious." – Einstein, quoted in Thorpe, Scott, How to Think Like Einstein,Barnes & Noble Books, Inc., 2000, p. 115.
  7. 7. Creativity
  8. 8. Creativity is a phenomenon whereby something new and valuable is created (such as an idea, a joke, an artistic or literary work, a painting or musical composition, a solution, an invention etc.).The ideas and concepts so conceived can then manifest themselves in any number of ways, but most often, they become something we can see, hear, smell, touch, or taste.
  9. 9. The range of scholarly interest in creativity includes a multitude of definitions and approaches involving several disciplines; psychology, cognitive science, education, philosophy (particularly philosophy of science), technology, theology, sociology, linguistics, business studies, songwriting and economics, taking in the relationship between creativity and general intelligence, mental and neurological processes associated with creativity, the relationships between personality type and creative ability and between creativity and mental health, the potential for fostering creativity through education and training, especially as augmented by technology, and the application of creative resources to improve the effectiveness of learning and teaching processes.
  10. 10. "Could the answers you've been seeking be on the other side of your head? Your brain is really two brains. You use one of them more, but the other brain is just as clever in a different way. It too has been diligently gathering information on your problem, and may have a solution for you. However, because of your dominant brain, the other brain has had trouble making its opinions known. Give your other brain an avenue to express its ideas. To divine a solution from your other brain, switch hands and techniques... If you use words to examine problems, switch to pictures. Use words if you think visually... If you have been trying to solve your problem objectively, you might have a completely different perspective if you become emotional about it instead." – Thorpe, Scott, How to Think Like Einstein, Barnes & Noble Books, Inc., 2000, p. 104-105.
  11. 11. Creativity and Doing Creativity and doing can be expressed as a mathematical expression (a function, f ): Creativity = f (attitude x knowledge x imagination x evaluation) – Noller, Ruth (quoted in Exploring the Nature of Creativity, Jon Michael Fox and Ronni Lea Fox, Kendall/Hunt Publishing Co., 2000, p.13.
  12. 12. 3 Paths Toward A More Creative Life http://www.fastcodesign.com/1671921/3-paths-toward-a-more-creative-life
  13. 13. Innovation
  14. 14. Innovation is the application of better solutions that meet new requirements, unarticulated needs, or existing market needs.This is accomplished through more effective products, processes, services, technologies, or ideas that are readily available to markets, governments and society.The term innovation can be defined as something original and, as consequence, new that "breaks into" the market or society. One usually associates to new phenomena that are important in some way. A definition of the term, in line with these aspects, would be the following: "An innovation is something original, new, and important—in whatever field—that breaks in to (or obtains a foothold in) a market or society".[1]
  15. 15. While something novel is often described as an innovation, in economics, management science, and other fields of practice and analysis it is generally considered a process that brings together various novel ideas in a way that they have an impact on society. Innovation differs from invention in that innovation refers to the use of a better and, as a result, novel idea or method, whereas invention refers more directly to the creation of the idea or method itself. Innovation differs from improvement in that innovation refers to the notion of doing something different rather than doing the same thing better.
  16. 16. http://www.fastcompany.com/3020950/leadership-now/what-is-innovation You can’t connect the dots looking forward, you can only connect them looking backwards. So you have to trust that the dots will somehow connect in your future. Steve Jobs Sir Richard Branson has a mantra tha runs through the DNA of his compan The mantra is A-B-C-D (Always Be Connecting Dots) In his manifesto Stop Stealing Dreams, Seth Godin wrote how students today are educated in collecting dots. Almost none of it spent teaching them the skills necessary to connect dots.The magic of connecting dots tis that once you learn the techniques, the dots can change but you’ll still be good at connecting them
  17. 17. Innovation is simply connecting the dots And we will learn how to connect them trough knowledge and experiences, both in reality or in our imagination
  18. 18. "The wireless telegraph is not difficult to understand. The ordinary telegraph is like a very long cat. You pull the tail in NewYork and it meows in Los Angeles. The wireless is the same, only without the cat." – Einstein, Albert, quoted in Thorpe, Scott, How to Think Like Einstein, Barnes & Noble Books, Inc., 2000, p. 61.
  19. 19. “Find more dots to be connected by increasing your knowledge and experiences” curio workout By @saifulism
  20. 20. Imagination
  21. 21. http://guardianlv.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/10/1298-albert-einstein-imagination-wallpaper-wallchan.jpg
  22. 22. Imagination, also called the faculty of imagining, is the ability to form new images and sensations that are not perceived through senses such as sight, hearing, or other senses. Imagination helps make knowledge applicable in solving problems and is fundamental to integrating experience and the learning process[1][2][3][4]
  23. 23. Curiosity sparks knowledge, Knowledge sparks creativity, Creativity sparks innovation And all of of them are growing well on a disciplined and practiced IMAGINATION Curio - CreativityWorkout
  24. 24. The objective of CURIO Creative Workout is optimizing the power of imagination as an incubation of ideas. 1. Pattern Recognition 2. Pattern Continuation 3. Pattern Co-creation This imagination training programs were designed for developing these 3 main creativity skills
  25. 25. Benefits of working using disciplined and well practiced imagination With a disciplined and practiced save a lot of time and energy to do a lot of experimental work, like drafting, sketching, transforming, connecting and composing objects to solve majority of problems. Physical record or documentation by using tolls only used for recording significant progress or documenting patterns as the result on experiment. And it is also can be used to magnify further work of imagination
  26. 26. Then we simply only need to turn on your PC or gadget or even take paper only if necessary. It will reduce our dependencies on using tools to solve problems and questions. We can easily start working while we waking up and open our eyes, while jogging, taking a shower, in your way to office, listening music, waiting the buss, staying in the queue and many moments that we usually waste them. Working with imagination will significantly save your time and energy
  27. 27. And the biggest challenge is preparing a disciplined and practiced imagination that easily to controlled and adjusted into desired mode. And the biggest challenge is shaping a disciplined and practiced imagination that easily to controlled and adjusted into any desired mode base on necessity. And that type of IMAGINATION only shaped by routine, programmed and persistent workout.
  28. 28. Pattern Recognition
  29. 29. Pattern Recognition Having an attitude to listen more and lowering our filter inhibition of mind. More listening will let more knowledge entering our mind then it will enlarge the number of collections in our patterns library Willing to enrich knowledge trough our own experiences and others Enhance ability to recognize any kinds of patterns from any objects
  30. 30. Pattern Continuation
  31. 31. Pattern Continuation Enhance persistence on mastering both recognizing and continuing pattern Enhance flexibility to fit in to any kind of pattern or situation Enhance ‘Fill in the gap’ ability
  32. 32. Pattern Co-Creation
  33. 33. Pattern Co-Creation Keeping motivation and spirit on exploring new pattern with deeper meaning and higher values Growing confidence on producing, sharing and implementing the ideas Enhancing fluency, originality and elaboration on giving response for every stimulus pattern. Fluency – The total number of interpretable, meaningful and relevant ideas generated in response to the stimulus. Originality – The statistical rarity of the responses among the test subjects. Elaboration – The amount of detail in the responses. (Guilford's work,Torrance[46] developed the Torrance Tests of Creative Thinking in 1966.[47])
  34. 34. Having a disciplined and well practiced imagination is looks like having super big and sophisticated workshop, or a huge laboratory, or a gigantic canvas. Curio – Creativity Workout
  35. 35. “Only in imagination you can learn thousands ways on how connecting dots, millions trial and error without feeling guilty” curio workout By @saifulism
  36. 36. Copyright @saifulism Thank You

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