Let's spell out creativity.
The creative process is the act of connecting old ideas or of recognizing relationships between concepts. It is not creative thinking to generate something new from a blank slate, but rather to take what is already present and to combine those bits and pieces in a way that has not been done before. Although being creative is not easy, almost all the great ideas follow a creative process similar to that. In 1940, James Webb Young, an advertising executive, published a short guide titled, A Technique for Ideas Producing. Young believed that the creative connecting process always took place in five steps.
The Positive Method
Gather new stock. You know first. At this stage you concentrate on 1) learning unique material that is specifically related to your mission and 2) learning general material by being intrigued by a wide variety of concepts.
Thoroughly work over the materials in your mind. You examine what you have learned during this stage by looking at the facts from different angles and experiment Get out of trouble. Next, you 're putting the question out of your mind absolutely and doing something else that excites you and energizes you.
Let the idea come back to you. At some point, however, the idea will come back to you with a spark of inspiration and renewed enthusiasm even after you have stopped thinking about it.
Shape your idea and refine it based on feedback. You have to release for any idea to succeed
By: Sushmita Kumari Jha
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