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FOCUSING AS A METHOD OF CREATIVE THINKING
Creativity is the flow of thinking and the contribution of resources to something interesting. In another way, we can say that creativity depends on inspiration. But what if you can’t find inspiration?
At Boris Vasilkovsky’s winter lecture, we examined this topic, looked at creativity through the prism of focusing, not inspiration.
Focusing can be on:
- areas of action;
- methods \ rules \ procedures.
To focus on an area of action, we need to pay attention to a few ideas in a certain area of activity and from them remove our completely new idea, which will bring success.
To focus on subjects, we need to pay attention to improving the things we already use.
To focus on rules or procedures, you need to analyze the entire process and disassemble the individual stages into stages. They should also be analyzed and found beyond our control.
To each of them, ask a question: how can I solve this problem?
After such in-depth practices, creativity will become more accessible and will not depend on such a fickle effect as inspiration.