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I joined podcast host Bill Horan, to discuss my latest book, Solve the Right Problem. We explored the “first problem fallacy.” This means that most of the time what we first think is the problem is not the problem. This conversation focused on rethinking approaches to...
In my article for CEOWORLD Magazine, titled "Why Executives Stink at Solving Problems," I explore the common pitfalls executives face in problem-solving. I discuss how traditional approaches to problem-solving often lead to misdiagnoses and inefficient strategies,...
In my appearance on an episode of "Mountain Money," I had the opportunity to share my insights on Creative Problem-Solving with the audience. In this episode, Carl Richards and I explored the concept of "solving the real problem," emphasizing that what people often...
Anita Brick of the University of Chicago’s Careercast Podcast interviewed me on how to shift your mindset and go beyond your impasse to create breakthroughs. Listen in!
Creativity has been defined as the use of the imagination or original ideas, especially in the production of an artistic work.
Innovation is a conscious choice. You can choose to do things the way you have always done them before.
I was recently interviewed by Michael Matias and featured on the 20 Minute Leaders podcast.
As a leader, it’s important to ask your team to help develop ideas, redefine problems and continually practice Creative Problem Solving.
It’s important to look at problems as opportunities, learning “the language of creativity” to inject possibilities into your company.
If you generate only 10-12 ideas, you’re not being creative. Those are the same ones everyone has — creativity comes in the stretch.
Despite benefits of AI, it’s important to use natural creativity and the Creative Problem Solving process in songwriting and other actions.
As discussed on “Get Down To Business,” asking questions that contain “what might” or “how to” phrases will help figure out the true problem.
Some people say that they can’t afford to be creative, but the bottom line is that you can’t afford to not be creative.
It’s important to learn the true power of creativity, brainstorming creative ideas and implementing those across multiple topics.
Creative Problem Solving’s first step is to clarify the problem, asking creative questions and asking “What’s stopping me?”
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