Luc de Brabandere: Reinventing creative thinking

Luc de Brabandere: Reinventing creative thinking

out of the box. It’s one of the most cited strategies for thinking innovatively. Corporate philosopher and Luc de pondered exactly what was happening in our minds when we engaged in such activity, and here shares his own fresh perspective on this strategy. He argues that the most incredible ideas don’t come from just thinking beyond the perimeter of our current perception…but from relocating our minds to an entirely different box, where preconceived ideas don’t limit imagination.

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    Iscritto Iscritti says:

    The idea of trying to define our product/service without usinge the 5 most used words is… f-a-n-t-a-s-t-i-c !

    FrankDrebinJunior says:

    I love this guy also, but Edison (an invention-thief) is a terrible example …

    Ahmed Dahman says:

    love this man

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