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Reading Time: 6 minutes An often-overlooked strategy for generating great ideas is to use a theme or vision to drive our thinking. You can use this approach in conjunction
Reading Time: 8 minutes Certainty is highly prized; so much of what we do and say revolves around creating certainty for ourselves, or projecting an aura of certainty for
Reading Time: 8 minutes So far in this series, we’ve focused on individual activities for generating great ideas – now we turn our attention to how to involve others
Reading Time: 5 minutes Welcome back to my “How to have great ideas” series. If you’re looking to learn new ways to generate great ideas, you’ve come to the
Reading Time: 5 minutes There’s a simple truth in life that I have encountered too many times to count… If I want to be any good at anything, first
Reading Time: 7 minutes It starts with that familiar sinking feeling, as we scurry around trying to do the million things on our mental “to-do” list, and instantly think
Reading Time: 9 minutes Weakness. Most of us cringe inwardly even just hearing that word. We’ve been taught that weaknesses are something to be ashamed of, and there are
Reading Time: 8 minutes Once upon a time, “Multitasker Extraordinaire” was the big, shiny badge we all wanted to wear. We thought we could be super-human, combining conference calls
Reading Time: 5 minutes So far in the series, we’ve looked at strategies that directly apply to our thinking. In this post, we’ll look at a strategy that helps
Reading Time: 7 minutes A large part of modern work and life centres on communication. But how often have you been surprised when someone misinterprets something you’ve said? When
Reading Time: 8 minutes This is the “capstone” strategy for this series, because it is the strategy that can wrap around all the other strategies: use your strengths. It’s