many uses are there for a shoe? Or how many uses can you think of for a paper clip? LET GO OF WHAT YOU ALREADY KNOW Don’t be afraid to look stupid and get things wrong. BE CURIOUS Don’t start at answers. 24
are strange mutations, dead ends and utter failures. The cost is worthwhile because they also generate a larger pool of ideas — especially novel ideas” Robert Sutton, Stanford Professor 43 #6 VOLUME, THEN QUALITY
and embrace divergent thinking. #2 ASK QUESTIONS Be curious. Ask why? What if? How might we? #4 STRATEGIC PROCRASTINATION Avoid compulsive pre-crastination and destructive procrastination. Accept imperfection. #5 EMBRACE DIVERSITY In people, opinions, tools, and methods #3 CONNECTIVE INQUIRY Take your ideas for a long walk or shower, play more, and infuse joy into what you do. 47 #6 VOLUME THEN QUALITY Choose from a larger pool of ideas to hone.
in the mind - https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-45295392 Constrains in design : https://academic.oup.com/jcr/article-abstract/42/5/767/1855952/ Creating-When-You-Have-Less-The-Impact-of-Resource?redirectedFrom=fulltext Reading List and useful resources 51
Do Schools Kill Creativity? - TED talk by Sir Ken Robinson Books: A More Beautiful Question, Warren Berger Originals, Adam Grant Wired to Create, Carolyn Gregoire and Scott Barry Kaufman Out of our minds, Sir Ken Robinson Zen Mind, Beginners Mind, Shunryu Suzuki The Culture Code, Dan Coyle 52