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September 13, 2006

The Carnival of the Vanities is up at First Carnival

And gets down to business by lowercase stingfellow.

While visiting First Carnival be sure to check out Creativity: Throwing out the box by Wayne Hurlbert,

Think in terms of strange questions. I'm not only talking about the overworked tree falling in the forest here. Of course, thinking about whether or not there is indeed a sound can help trigger new ways of looking at the world. The point is to move far away from your routine framework of thought. New worlds await discovery. It may as well be you who plants the first flag. Right?

Wayne reminds Your Business Blogger of my favorite creative question:

What would you never do?

It usually makes the staff and clients uncomfortable or even angry. But it makes them get off the dime.

And out of the Box. Read Wayne now.


Posted by Jack at September 13, 2006 07:34 AM

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Hi Jack.

Thanks for the links from your great blog. They are greatly appreciated. I'm glad you liked the CotV entry about creative thinking. I have long been an advocate of innovative thinking and creative brainstorming sessions, even if only to shake people's thinking up a bit. Usually, something very constructive results from a brainstorming session.

There is no such thing as a bad idea...only an idea that is not completed yet.

Thanks again.


Posted by: Wayne at September 14, 2006 08:23 AM

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