Design Your Own Creative Thinking Techniques

Creative thinking can be learnt. How? By using thinking tools. There are many tools for creative thinking, examples can be found in the following books: Edward de Bono presents 13 tools in his book Serious Creativity Grace McGartland has 25 tips and techniques in Thunderbolt Thinking(TM) Arthur VanGundy covers 29 tools in Idea Power Michael... Continue Reading →

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Thinking in Images

Most people think in words. When asked to imagine a traffic accident they come up with not very detailed descriptions, in comparison with people who are thinking in pictures. It became even worse if the words are becoming more and more abstract. Words as society, market, law, inflation etc. stay for them just words; they... Continue Reading →

T29 – Day 16

Day 16 - Music Music to Forget the World and Music as a Tool for Growth - Explore your music collection Listen to Daniel Barenboim talk about “How to listen to Music”. Then sit comfortable and give yourself to music. Close your eyes and enjoy! Thinking and Music explores how music affects our moods and... Continue Reading →

Visualise Rhythm – Thinkibility Nibble

John Varney describes the ‘wheel method’ of tracing rhythm and explores a more intuitive way of visualising rhythms. Traditionally rhythm is indicated on a musical bar line but after this musical journey around the world, you never look at a musical bar line in the same way. I might add, unless you're a musician. Patterns... Continue Reading →

Dance First

"Dance first. Think later.  It’s the natural order.”  Samuel Becket A dancer uses his or her body to express emotions, feelings and moods. Body language  can be exaggerated and a dancer uses the body as an instrument to explore and express ideas. But can  you act out your problem, design, or express your feelings in... Continue Reading →

Thinking and Music

How do you use your iPod music library? What sort of music do you listen to when you drive to work? Is it different from when you drive home from work? And what do you listen to while you are trying to solve a problem? By exploring our music selections, we can discover sections that... Continue Reading →

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