Conny Jasper


Posted on: December 31, 2015

Brainstorming is a concentrated process of creativity. The purpose of brainstorming is to generate productive ideas and answers to problems.

Start by asking “how” and “what” questions, not “why” questions. “Why” is not the goal here. The goal is: How can I change this? What can I do to make this better? How can I accomplish that? What are the best ways to handle that?

Brainstorming is a visionary exercise in which you consider your options and all the possibilities. Write everything down and make lists. By putting your creative thinking skills into practice, you will strengthen your ability to inspire yourself and devise useful solutions.


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  • mark: Thank you, for your wonderful blog, Conny! Mark
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