Invite people to share a time they were creative recently to show them that they ARE creative. Something they added to a recipe, a new color for their house, anything. This will give them confidence to try new ways of being creative - whatever the assignment might be.
I was thinking about a two-side book: one is How to be The Idea Guy, and turning it over reveals the other, How to be The Idea Gal.
Two equal covers would help demonstrate the equality in the authors and messages. They are equally important.
Both covers could be promoted, like the old TV Guides, but the single book would be purchased ensuring that both messages are received.
A Creative Profile is a document, written by you, that reflects on the different aspects of your current ability to be creative.
In my class, Creativity + Innovation, I teach business people how to be more like creative people. One of the tools I use to accomplish this is a Creative Profile.
A Creative Profile is a document written by you... more »
I have been prototyping videos around design thinking in this shorter format: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL2BcAWKNMlRw5Kw3p2_PO35v3IvrD-V7V
In my first book, 20YEARS COMMUNICATIONS (https://www.amazon.com/20YEARS-Communications-Leaders-Questions-Lessons/dp/0989555046) we produced... more »
How might we provide a feedback mechanism from the reader to authors(s)? How might we use this to facilitate a conversation that creates an inspired reader that takes action?
I have used hashtags on social media, and relied on social monitoring to become alerted to the questions. I have provided... more »
Take me back to my childhood when we invented play. The Idea guy hit the nail on the head. Such a creative concept.