Brainstorming: the Good, the Bad, and the Do it Better

The Good

Brainstorming done right motivates the process, ignites creativity, and results in an amazing innovation of ideas.

 

The Bad

It is easy to turn brainstorming into a ritual of wasted time, discouraging results, and frustration about ideation.

 

The Do It Better

Read:

How to Ruin a Brainstorming Session by @PaulSloane

Brainstorming is More Than Ideation by @MitchDitkoff

Try Brainwriting by @RobynMcMaster

 

“The brain is a wonderful organ; it starts the moment you get up in the morning and does not stop until you get to the office.  Robert Frost 

 

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3 Comments on “Brainstorming: the Good, the Bad, and the Do it Better”

  1. Robyn McMaster says:

    Brilliant. You took this to a great level. Like multitude of intelligences used positively to brainstorm. I flourish to see drawings & hear others ideas. On the other hand, I also think it works to mix up the process and do the brainwriting at times. When you stick to the same routine, it can get old. The brain thrives on novelty.

    Like

  2. Denny McCorkle says:

    RobynThanks for your response to my blog post. I truly enjoy reading your blog. It provides me right brain inspiration. @TweetRightBrain

    Like


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