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How to stop the disturbance in their ideas?



Have you ever had an idea, but closed the door, saying: "It will not work" or "This is crazy"? As children, we learned and did encouraged to be creative.

Interestingly, as we continue the educational process, creativity is discouraged. We are encouraged to "think outside the box" while we remain locked in a "big box." (For the "big picture", I mean the area is not "make waves", "challenge status quo ", etc.)
This "in a box" style box all the continued creativity throughout our working years. Many employers say they want their employees to be more creative when it comes to selling products or services, find solutions to customer problems and build better teams, however, most of the ideas that employees offer are killed faster than you can blink.
Sometimes a good idea is to leave the door, and - as writer and inventor Arthur C. Clarke highlights - New ideas pass through three periods. The first is "No Can Do". The second, "probably can be done, but not worth doing," and the third, "I knew it was a good idea from the start" (If you are in business, that should ring a bell!)
While others may close the door to our ideas, many times we do ourselves before everyone has a chance. Of negativity and doubt to poor planning and unrealistic deadlines, we can kill our own ideas, rather than follow a few steps to make our ideas take root and grow.
That said, here are some tips to help you open the door to their ideas - and they multiply:
Keep a notebook:While this seems elementary, did you have an idea and then scrambled around a piece of paper to write? Maybe you had an idea, thought you might remember, and later trying to remember, I could not. The English philosopher Sir Francis Bacon said, "Write down the thoughts of the moment. Those who come unsought for are commonly the most valuable. "So take a piece of Sir Bacon and write their ideas.
Time to contemplate:When you can find a quiet moment, check your ideas. Let your brain chew on them, and see how you feel inside your idea. Have a conversation with yourself. Ask yourself questions. List the pros and cons of their ideas and studies. Be sure to avoid negativity instinctive reactions that may occur. (Remember that quote from Albert Einstein. "If at first the idea is not absurd, there is no hope for it") See your idea with an open mind, remembering that (normally) if you've got the idea - it also gave them a way to get there.
From idea to reality:If after your self-talk, you can see that your idea is viable, write a few steps you need to take to turn this idea into reality. Do not be too specific, a few basic steps. Picasso shows that one must have an idea of ​​what I wanted to do, but it should be a vague idea. See the basic steps and choose the first and most logical step then act accordingly. Do not set deadlines will force you to go fast or deadlines that are impossible to meet. Let the flow of ideas and grow by itself. As you progress, adjust accordingly. Sometimes one idea leads to another idea better, so that the rules on the first idea and move on to the next.
The important thing to remember is that when you act on your idea, you get out of the "herd mentality" that most people have. The masses have never developed or created something. Progress occurs when people take ideas and move. As motivational speaker funny, I've always appreciated the wisdom of the entrepreneur and author Jim Rohn said: "Ideas can be life changing. Sometimes all you need to open the door, it's just another good idea. "Follow the three tips to open the door to their ideas.
A funny and entertaining motivational speaker motivational speaker, Bob is known for his creative way to reinforce specific points in their presentations to entertainment. In addition, Bob is an author and syndicated writer in the personal and professional development. His new site offers tweets on Twitter abundance, peace, happiness and success - go to @ Abundancefaucet.

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