Ideas do not occur because they're great—or by the chance event. The misconception that excellent ideas inevitably lead to success has dominated for too long. Whether you have the perfect resolution for an everyday issue or a bold fresh concept for an originative masterpiece, you have to transform imagination into reality. Far from comprising some stroke of creative genius, this capability to make ideas occur may be developed by anybody. You simply need to modify your organizational habits, enlist a broader community, and develop your leadership capacity.
This course aspires to show how the creative process unfolds and show you how you can engage your senses 100% and overcome impossible obstacles. Creative individuals are known for winging it: ad-libbing and acting on the hunch is, in some manner, the haloed essence of what we do and who we are.
All the same, when we closely dissect how the most successful and productive creatives, enterprises, and business individuals truly make ideas occur, it turns out that “having the idea” is merely a small part of the procedure, maybe only 1 percent of the journey. Edison once said, “Genius is one percent inspiration and ninety-nine percent perspiration.” For the creative brain, inspiration comes easily. But what comprises the other ninety-nine percent of making ideas occur? Read on for an amazingly pragmatic set of insights and tips that have come out from studying the behaviors and skill sets of those who make their ideas occur and can surmount ant obstacle over and over.