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Revitalize Your Visionary Mindset

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How can you make innovation a habit?

Fight the urge to act upon the first or most familiar solution to a problem. Create learning opportunities and invite uncomfortable conversations that may result in new ideas and learning.


Creativity can be learned. First, look closely to define the problem. Then, step back to gain perspective. Finally, Zoom Deep and Wide to generate many solutions. This fosters possibility thinking and strengthens brain networks responsible for decision-making and problem-solving.


  • Listening to your curiosity
  • Keeping an open mind to new information, rather than dismissing it at a glance
  • Documenting information for later review, highlighting key ideas and staying organized
  • Taking cues from feelings of inspiration: When the moment strikes, stop other work and focus on gathering your flow of ideas

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