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1 Creative Thinking, Strategic Thinking, Innovative Thinking & Creative Problem Solving AlanAlan

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8 76 Volunteer Teacher of Gifted Children Education degress M.Ed. (2), B.Ed Ph.D. in Educational Pschology Teaching of Creative Thinking 84-NOW! Speaker, Trainer, Consultant

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18 Impossibility Thinking© Creative is really Creative Thinking Using Future Thinking© Creating by Creating the future, now!

19 Impossibility Thinking© Start with the Impossible. Find ways to make it POSSIBLE Find ways to make it/them PROB PROBABLE

20 “It is more fun to work on the IMPOSSIBLE There is LESS COMPETITION”

21 Create like… Disney, Tesla, Edison, Jobs, Premier Lee, Rev Tutu & Mandela

22 “We’re on the Moon, how did we get here?” Create like Disney, Tesla, Edison, Jobs, Premier Lee, Rev Tutu and Mandela

23 “We have created the greatest technology tool, how did we get here?”. Create like Disney, Tesla, Edison, Jobs, Premier Lee, Rev Tutu and Mandela

24 “We are the tops in our field, how did we get here?”. Create like Disney, Tesla, Edison, Jobs, Premier Lee, Rev Tutu and Mandela

25 “Let’s create the greatest theme parks in the world, even though we have no way to pay for them.”.” Create like Disney, Tesla, Edison, Jobs, Premier Lee, Rev Tutu and Mandela

26 “Let’s light up the world.” Create like Disney, Tesla, Edison, Jobs, Premier Lee, Rev Tutu and Mandela

27 Create like Disney, Tesla, Edison, Jobs, Premier Lee, Rev Tutu and Mandela “Let’s create a Rainbow Nation.”

28 What was impossible in 1975 ?

29 What Now Exists

30 What is impossible in 2014 ?

31 2012—2022 People will be fluent in every language. · Software will predict traffic jams. · Climate-controlled jackets will protect soldiers. · Electric cars will roam highways. · Athletes will employ robotic trainers. · Bridges repair themselves- self-healing concrete. · Digital "ants" will protect the U.S. power · Scrolls will replace tablets.

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33 COLLECT challenges, chosen problems, wishes, dreams.... & CHOOSE from challenge, problem, wish, dream to begin working on C

34 REAP, READ & REARRANGE data, information, examples to gain a better understanding of your CHOSEN challenge, problem, wish, dream that you seek to generate or discover multiple creative ideas r

35 EXAMINE your CHOSEN challenge, problem, wish, dream based on the knowledge you have REAPED, READ and REARRANGED to choose one specific challenge, problem, wish, dream that you will generate or discover multiple creative ideas for. E

36 iDE8 (idea - ate) using 8 distinctly different idea generating or finding processes, tools, techniques that represent a WHOLE BRAIN or WHOLISTIC approach to idea generation. 8

37 NARROW down the list(s) of ideas you have produced or discovered to a chosen one that you have a WOW!!! gut or conscious feeling about that you can commit to. NEVER THROW ANY IDEAS AWAY. NEVER LIST AN IDEA AS DUMB. SIMPLY CATEGORIZE AND SAVE THEM FOR FUTURE LIST "How did it feel to have failed 7,000 times seeking a solution to the electric light Mr. Edison?” "Those were not failures. Those are solutions to problems I have not begun working on yet.” N

38 GATHER your resources: physical, personal, human, financial, emotional, etc. DEVELOP a PLAN or PLANS and then GO FOR IT!!! G

39 BASIC EXPLANATION (introduction) The 6 characters form an acronym (C.r.e.8.n.g.™ = Creating) representing 6 primary steps. C, COLLECT challenges, chosen problems, wishes, dreams.... & CHOOSE from challenge, problem, wish, dream to begin working on r, REAP, READ & REARRANGE data, information, examples to gain a better understanding of your CHOSEN challenge, problem, wish, dream that you seek to generate or discover multiple creative ideas E, EXAMINE your CHOSEN challenge, problem, wish, dream based on the knowledge you have REAPED, READ and REARRANGED to choose one specific challenge, problem, wish, dream that you will generate or discover multiple creative ideas for. 8, iDE8 (idea - ate) using 8 distinctly different idea generating or finding processes, tools, techniques that represent a WHOLE BRAIN or WHOLISTIC approach to idea generation. N, NARROW down the list(s) of ideas you have produced or discovered to a chosen one that you have a WOW!!! gut or conscious feeling about that you can commit to. NEVER THROW ANY IDEAS AWAY. NEVER LIST AN IDEA AS DUMB. SIMPLY CATEGORIZE AND SAVE THEM FOR FUTURE LIST "How did it feel to have failed 7,000 times seeking a solution to the electric light Mr. Edison?" "Those were not failures. Those are solutions to problems I have not begun working on yet.” G, GATHER your resources: physical, personal, human, financial, emotional, etc. DEVELOP a PLAN or PLANS and then GO FOR IT!!!

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41 16 Reasons Why Employees Don’t Do What They Are Suppose to

42 Creative Teams Fight Intro/ Overview Developing Traits at Work Creative Traits Integrating Organizing Creative Tools Tools & Techniques Don’t Just Sit There Highly Creative Teams Don’t Just Happen Leading Ideation Mtgs Day Two Day One


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