The basis of the most successful strategies is not outcompeting rivals, but rather creating your own game, your own market space.
This approach is especially important during turbulent times, when traditional market definitions and standards disappear. So, what if we could reignite our childhood creativity and deconstruct our realm of acquired assumptions in the process? It would not only be disarmingly fun but deeply meaningful in guiding our strategic thinking.
In order to re-engage our childhood creativity not only do we need the right framework, but we must let go of self-limiting beliefs. A recent article from Entrepreneur dives into 10 of the most common myths about creativity.
With the proper training, anyone with a common-sense mindset grounded in reality can deliver creative and innovative new ideas, projects, processes, and programs. The first step is to not limit your thinking. That means not following these ten long-standing myths about creative thinking...
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