We live on ideas. We get an idea – mostly out of nowhere and if we think it is good enough, we work to turn it into reality. That is how things work.
But, where do GREAT ideas come from? We have established that the GOOD ones come almost randomly. They solve small problems and they keep you going. But do you have to pay professionals to come up with great ideas for you? No.
Great ideas come with some effort, thought, and inspiration. You can come up with great ideas all by yourself if you can train your brain to do so. You need to free up your brain by eliminating all mundane thoughts that, let’s admit, take up most of your time. When your brain is free, the idea juices will automatically flow!
Here are tips on accomplishing that:
Socializing is extremely easy today, thanks to the advent of multiple social networking sites. Why not take advantage of them, then? Get out of your usual socializing circle and get talking! The new atmosphere will be refreshing because it will make you think and look deeper into yourself.
Unexpected learning is probably the best way to learn and Google can help you with that. Take an hour out every week to learn about new things over the Internet. Conduct a random search and pick out strange references. They will intrigue you.
Make books your best friends. Books are enormous sources of knowledge and they will help you generate great ideas while improving your thought process! Read whatever fancies you and it will surely help you.
Keeping a journal will help you record your feelings, thoughts, and ideas. Start writing a journal today and put down one idea per day.
Perform simple exercises to stimulate your brain. Get your brain to work on specific problems and time it. Challenge yourself to find forty new ideas to solve a problem within ten minutes. You may come up only with twenty-five ideas but chances are high that at least two in your list will be amazing.
Help your mind relax through meditation. A well-rested brain will work better. Go to a quite space and meditate. Let go off all thoughts and let your mind get some rest. Two hours per week will do the trick for you.
Stimulate your brain to work better!
Great ideas come with some effort and thought. Free up your mind so that it is able to work these ideas. Stop thinking about useless things and focus on the problem at hand. Read, socialize, meditate, and calm yourself down so that your brain relaxes and works better.