How Connections Fuel Creativity


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THE SECRETE TO CREATIVITY / INTELLIGENCE / SCIENTIFIC THINKING!!!! CONNECTIONS FUEL CREATIVITY Experiences Known See Listen Reach Feelings Emotions Understand Knowledge CREATIVITY


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BEING ABLE TO MAKE CONNECTIONS CONNECTIONS FUEL CREATIVITY


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CONNECTING STONES CONNECTIONS FUEL CREATIVITY


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CONNECTIONS FUEL CREATIVITY: NOTHING IS ORIGINAL CONNECTIONS FUEL CREATIVITY Whenever Talking about Creativity Not Surprised to Find Connections Before. Wired


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CREATIVITY IS JUST CONNECTING THING. CONNECTIONS FUEL CREATIVITY Steve Jobs


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When you ask creative people how they did something, they feel a little guilty because they didn’t really do it, they just saw something. Think and create together new product and services Clients, users and company staff


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CONNECTIONS FUEL CREATIVITY Able to connect experiences they’ve had and synthesize new things.


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ABLE TO DO THAT WAS THAT THEY’VE HAD MORE EXPERIENCES or they have thought more about their experiences than other people. Acceptance Approval Appreciate Real Thing Real Fact Real Scence


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Every artist gets asked the question, “ WHERE DO YOU GET YOUR IDEAS?” The honest artist answers, “I steal them.” CONNECTIONS FUEL CREATIVITY


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GLOCALIZATION McDonald's restaurants worldwide Menu changes to appeal to local tastes ‘Kimchi’ burger in Korea ‘Maharaja’ Mac in India ‘McSushi’ burger in Japan FRANCHISE


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Every new idea is just a mash up or a remix of one or more previous ideas. CONNECTIONS FUEL CREATIVITY


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HOW SUCCSSFUL PEOPLE THINKING IS ALL ABOUT MAKING CONNECTIONS ? CONNECTIONS FUEL CREATIVITY


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ORIGINALITY OFTEN CONSISTS IN LINKING UP IDEAS WHOSE CONNECTION WAS NOT PREVIOUSLY SUSPECTED. CONNECTIONS FUEL CREATIVITY


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MOST SUCCESSFUL PEOPLE CONSIDER More Serious Handicap To Investigate A Problem. Ignorance of What Is Already Known About It. CONNECTIONS FUEL CREATIVITY


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BEING A SUCCESSFUL CONNECTIONS AND CREATIVE THINKERS Principles of “10 Things Connections and Creative Thinkers Should Do”


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FIND PROBLEMS BECOME A LEADER BUILD YOUR NETWORK


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ORGANIZE YOUR TIME SEE WHAT CAN BE IMPROVED KEEP AN OPEN MIND


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IMPROVE THE WORLD DEAL WITH REJECTION AND FAILURE USE ALL YOUR SKILLS


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LEARN TO COMMUNICATE


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START MAKING CONNECTIONS AND GETTING CREATIVE THINKERS Improving your own ability to make connections. CONNECTIONS FUEL CREATIVITY Add to your knowledge 1 After all, the more knowledge you have, the more connections you can make. Start by reading more, reading more widely, And exploring new opportunities for gathering knowledge (for instance, try some new experiences—travel, go to meetups or take up a new hobby).


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CONNECTIONS FUEL CREATIVITY 2 Keep track of everything Take a notebook (or your phone) with you everywhere and take notes. Don’t expect your brain to remember everything Give it a hand by noting down important concepts or ideas you come across. May remember previous notes that relate (hey, you’re making connections already!) Make a note of those as well.


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CONNECTIONS FUEL CREATIVITY 3 Review your notes daily Going over your notes often can help you to more easily recall them when you need to. Read through what you’ve made notes of before, and you might find that in the time that’s passed, you’ve added more knowledge to your repertoire that you can now connect to your old notes!


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WHAT GOOD HAVE I DONE TODAY? CONNECTIONS FUEL CREATIVITY


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STOP Searching, START Creating


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CREATIVE THINKING What, How, Why


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WHAT IS CREATIVITY? ABILITY TO IMAGINE OR INVENT SOMETHING NEW


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CONNECTIONS FUEL CREATIVITY IDEA MIND VISION CHANGE THINKING INNOVATION INSPIRATION IMAGINATION CREATIVITY


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LEFT LOGICAL THINKING RIHGT CREATIVIE THINKING ANALYTIC PROBABILITY OJECTIVE VERBAL GENERATIVE POSSIBILITY SUBJECTIVE VISUAL


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RIGHT AND LEFT BRAIN EXERCISES (BENCHMARK /THINK BIG) CONNECTIONS FUEL CREATIVITY LEFT Words Numbers Logic RIGHT Images Colour Dreams


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CREATIVE THINKING IS NOT A TALENT, IT IS A SKILL THAT CAN BE LEARNT. IT EMPOWERS PEOPLE BY ADDING STRENGTH TO THEIR NATURAL ABILITIES WHICH IMPROVES TEAMWORK, PRODUCTIVITY AND WHERE APPROPRIATE PROFITS. EDWARD DE BONO CONNECTIONS FUEL CREATIVITY


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WHY DO WE CARE? CONNECTIONS FUEL CREATIVITY


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CAPITAL ISN’T SO IMPORTANT IN BUSINESS. EXPERIENCE ISN’T SO IMPORTANT. YOU CAN GET BOTH THESE THINGS. HARVEY FIRESTONE CONNECTIONS FUEL CREATIVITY


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CONNECTIONS FUEL CREATIVITY WHAT IS IMPORTANT IS IDEAS? IF YOU HAVE IDEAS, YOU HAVE THE MAIN ASSET YOU NEED, AND THERE ISN’T ANY LIMIT TO WHAT YOU CAN DO WITH YOUR BUSINESS AND YOUR LIFE.


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CONNECTIONS FUEL CREATIVITY THERE IS NO DOUBT THAT CREATIVITY IS THE MOST IMPORTANT HUMAN RESOURCE OF ALL. WITHOUT CREATIVITY, THERE WOULD BE NO PROGRESS. EDWARD DE BONO


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CONNECTIONS FUEL CREATIVITY IDEA = PERFORMANCE = CAREER


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HOW TO EMBRACE IT


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+ + PASSION KNOWLEDGE & EXPERIENCE METHOD CONNECTIONS FUEL CREATIVITY


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PASSION


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DESIRE To CREATE


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CHALLENGING SPIRIT


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METHOD CONNECTIONS FUEL CREATIVITY


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DEFINE OBJECTIVE


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CONNECTIONS FUEL CREATIVITY ORGANIZE


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CONNECTIONS FUEL CREATIVITY COLLECT


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PLACE LEARN UNLEARN RELARN CONNECTIONS FUEL CREATIVITY


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IDEATION


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TAKE A BREAK


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CONNECTIONS FUEL CREATIVITY M U S I C


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TOOLS


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FREE WRITING MIND MAPPING SKETCHING MERGING IDEAS THINKING OPPOSITES SEEKING INSPIRATION TECHNIQUES CONNECTIONS FUEL CREATIVITY


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CONNECTIONS FUEL CREATIVITY Group


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CONNECTIONS FUEL CREATIVITY 3 4 2 1 SWEET SPOT Filter & Prioritize CREATIVE REALISTIC


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KNOWLEDGE & EXPERIENCE


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CONNECTIONS FUEL CREATIVITY


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RECAP CREATIVITY IS IMPORTANT. ANYONE CAN BECOME A CREATIVE GENIUS. YOU NEED… PASSION + METHOD + KNOWLEDGE EXPERIENCE CONNECTIONS FUEL CREATIVITY


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BLUE OCEAN STRATEGY


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CONNECT THE DOTS


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FORWARD you can't connect the dots looking forward CONNECTIONS FUEL CREATIVITY


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CONNECTIONS FUEL CREATIVITY BACKWARD you can only connect them looking backwards


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TRUST IN SOMETHING So you have to trust that the dots will somehow connect in your future. CONNECTIONS FUEL CREATIVITY


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Idea Concept Strategy Action System connect dot CUSTOMER DESIGN COMPANY collaborate provide CONNECTIONS FUEL CREATIVITY


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The Business Challenge … … understanding the true connection between marketing and results. A B CONNECTIONS FUEL CREATIVITY


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“ THIS APPROACH HAS NEVER LET ME DOWN, AND IT HAS MADE ALL THE DIFFERENCE IN MY LIFE.” CONNECTIONS FUEL CREATIVITY


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TECHNOLOGY HAS THE DOTS TO MOVE YOU FORWARD CONNECTIONS FUEL CREATIVITY


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“IN THE BRAVE NEW WORLD OF MARKETING… YOU CAN CONNECT THE DOTS BY EXPERIMENTING WITH TECHNOLOGY AND CREATIVITY TO LOOK FORWARD. -PAM DIDNER CONNECTIONS FUEL CREATIVITY


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9 CREATIVE WAYS TO STAY CONNECTED WITH CUSTOMERS


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NINE WAYS TO CONNECT WITH CUSTOMERS AND BE TOP OF MIND WHEN THEY’RE READY TO MAKE A PURCHASE: CONNECTIONS FUEL CREATIVITY 1. Have a Party 2. Send Thank You Cards 3. Partner with Other Businesses


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CONNECTIONS FUEL CREATIVITY 4. Adopt a Cause 5. Reach out to Longtime Clients 6. Give Free Help


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CONNECTIONS FUEL CREATIVITY 7. Support your local sports teams 8. Establish a Customer Advisory Board 9. Remember Special Dates


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CONNECTIONS FUEL CREATIVITY 100 YEARS AGO Automobiles Music recorders Aviation Pharmaceutical Management consultancy


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The year 1886 is regarded as the birth year of the modern car. CONNECTIONS FUEL CREATIVITY


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Cars did not become widely available until the early 20th century. CONNECTIONS FUEL CREATIVITY


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One of the first cars that was accessible to the masses was the 1908 Model T, an American car manufactured by the Ford Motor Company.  CONNECTIONS FUEL CREATIVITY


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where they replaced animal-drawn carriages and carts, but took much longer to be accepted in Western Europe and other, less developed, parts of the world. CONNECTIONS FUEL CREATIVITY


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It was estimated in 2010 that the number of cars had risen to over 1 billion vehicles, up from the 500 million of 1986 The numbers are increasing rapidly, especially in China, India and other NICs.


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CONNECTIONS FUEL CREATIVITY the flying automaton of Archytas of Tarentum  (428–347 BC) the winged flights of Abbas Ibn Firnas  (810–887)


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Aviation is the practical aspect or art of aeronautics, being the design, development, production, operation and use of aircraft, especially heavier-than-air aircraft. (11th century), and the hot-air Passarola of Bartolomeu Lourenco de Gusmao (1685–1724). CONNECTIONS FUEL CREATIVITY


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The Hindenburg disaster took place on Thursday, May 6, 1937, as the German passenger airship LZ 129 Hindenburg caught fire and was destroyed during its attempt to dock with its mooring mast at Naval Air Station Lakehurst, which is located adjacent to the borough of Lakehurst, New Jersey, United States. Of the 97 people on board (36 passengers and 61 crewmen), there were 35 fatalities (13 passengers and 22 crewmen). One worker on the ground was also killed, making a total of 36 dead. CONNECTIONS FUEL CREATIVITY


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The modern age of aviation began with the first untethered human lighter-than-air flight on November 21, 1783 of a hot air balloondesigned CONNECTIONS FUEL CREATIVITY


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the most widely accepted date is December 17, 1903 by the Wright brothers. CONNECTIONS FUEL CREATIVITY


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Aircraft began to transport people and cargo as designs grew larger and more reliable. The Wright brothers took aloft the first passenger, Charles Furnas, one of their mechanics, on May 14, 1908 CONNECTIONS FUEL CREATIVITY


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CONNECTIONS FUEL CREATIVITY 40 YEARS AGO Cellular phones Biotechnology Express package delivery Snowboards Coffee bars Home videos


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CONNECTIONS FUEL CREATIVITY First Motorola Cell Phone 1973


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CONNECTIONS FUEL CREATIVITY The first commercially automated cellular network (the 1G ... In Japan by NTT (Nippon Telegraph and Telephone) in 1979


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CONNECTIONS FUEL CREATIVITY Second generation 2G cellular telecom networks were commercially launched on the GSM standard in Finland


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CONNECTIONS FUEL CREATIVITY The first commercial launch of 3G was also by NTT DoCoMo in Japan on 1 October 2001


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CONNECTIONS FUEL CREATIVITY 4G (LTE) Later 2007 Gradually Developed


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CONNECTIONS FUEL CREATIVITY 20 YEARS FROM NOW Blue ocean the engine of growth Red oceans – established market spaces shrinking


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RESOURCES Are Limited. CONNECTIONS FUEL CREATIVITY


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CREATIVITY Is Unlimited


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