By Bryan W. Mattimore
Creativity is among the most beneficial and strong assets in company this day. ninety nine% suggestion offers a palette of suggestions and tales to aid enterprise humans faucet hidden inventive strengths. This unique ebook permits readers to creatively clear up a variety of place of work concerns through the use of the artistic innovations of such geniuses as Walt Disney, Albert Einstein, and Leonardo DaVinci.
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Was a supporter of the thirteen-month calendar. b. Took a photograph of himself every day from age thirty-one to seventy-two. c. Invented a camera that when swallowed by cows took pictures of each of their four stomachs. 6. As a health precaution, Alexander Graham Bell: a. Covered his ear with gauze every time he used the telephone. b. Covered the windows in his home to block out the rays of the full moon. c. Drank his own urine. 7. Edison was convinced that: a. The Germans were using a "thought ray" during World War I to control President Wilson's mind.
Since fewer beavers would be killed, greater numbers of beavers could once again set about their business of building dams, resulting in the creation of more lakes and bogs. How'd you do? Let's try another one. • • • It's the 1830s. You are with Charles Darwin aboard the Beagle, and you decide to go ashore with him in Madagascar. As a naturalist, he's fascinated by the exotic plants. You're wondering what's for lunch. Darwin sees a white orchid with an extremely long nectar spur, measures it, and discovers that the spur is almost a foot long.
A bog-creating mud plow to trap soldiers in the mud instead of shooting them. ••• How'd you do? If you didn't score particularly well, don't feel bad. Some people get a little frustrated with this test. That's because there's 33 . . really no way to logically deduce the correct answer. So, in a sense, you have to do just what the inventors did: risk great failure by voting for a choice that potentially could make you feel a little foolish. If during a session someone feels more likely to suggest an idea that is foolish or crazy because of the example set by Edison, Ford, or Bell above, then this creative warm-up will have been worth its weight in ideational gold.
99% Inspiration: Tips, Tales and Techniques for Liberating Your Business Creativity by Bryan W. Mattimore