Businesses thrive on creative ideas. But creativity can be terrifying. It’s not easy to open up and risk sharing your inner thoughts and ideas with others. In 99% Inspirations, Bryan W. Mattimore explores how a creative idea is made and shares with us many tools we can use to help ourselves (and our team) create new ideas for business.
"I'm a creative person by nature, but 99% Inspiration really helped me think more creatively. Especially if "inspiration" doesn't come easily to you, take a look at 99% Inspiration."
"Bryan Mattimore has an easy to read writing style and offer practical advice to those interested in applying creativity in both business and in personal affairs. This book will be a welcome addition to any thinking person's library."
The great secret of our time is that there are still uncharted frontiers to explore and new inventions to create. In Zero to One , legendary entrepreneur and investor Peter Thiel shows how we can find singular ways to create those new things. Doing what someone else already knows how to do takes
In this book is we know how to build a creative culture for managers who want to lead their employees to new levels of creativity, innovation, and originality. Creativity, Inc. is a trip into Pixar Animation.
Ignore Everybody expands on MacLeod’s sharpest insights, wittiest cartoons, and most useful advice. For example:-Selling out is harder than it looks. Diluting your product to make it more commercial will just make people like it less.-If your plan depends on you suddenly being “discovered” by some big shot, your plan will
Just as Edison relied on the workshop tools to help make, and even occasionally trigger, new ideas and inventions, creativity computer programs will also trigger new ideas. But they certainly won't do the thinking for you. You, like Edison, still have to add the genius.
If you study the lives of great inventors, two key personality traits stand out: fierce independence and persistence.
Challenging the status quo takes great courage and self-confidence. An extension of this courage is the inventor's willingness to entertain ideas that others consider radical or just plain crazy.
With the right mental disciplines and training, most of us can learn to do things we'd normally presume to be impossible.
The best inventors don't just stand by waiting patiently to receive a flash of inspiration. No, they actively seek out inspiration.
Do some experiences, memories, loves, or accomplishments from your childhood stand out as symbols or clues to your unique genius? If you get in touch with some of these childhood experiences, it might be a powerful, potentially life-changing creative experience.
Repressed feelings, and even very painful emotional wounds, from childhood sometimes made it difficult to "get at the genius."