NOTICING … ancillary answers.
Because their unintended, incidental nonchalance might be exactly what you didn’t realize you were looking for.
NOTICING … anomalies.
Because NOT questioning or challenging standard scripts is dangerous.
NOTICING … happy accidents.
Because making mistakes has proven to be a leading cause of creative breakthroughs.
NOTICING … how quickly people understand your idea.
Because if they don’t “get it” right away, they never will.
NOTICING … how people respond to your idea.
Because if everybody loves if, or nobody wants to steal it, or if you continuously get shot down at “Why?” it’s probably not that good of an idea.
NOTICING … internal comments.
Because creativity is about listening to your heart, your gut and your inner voice.
NOTICING … what’s around you.
Because innovation is all around an ideas are just WAITING for you to capture them.
NOTICING … when things don’t work.
Because then your mind can search for solutions.
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