How to develop creativity in your business and life

Creativity is turning your ideas into reality. It is the ability human being has to create from the ideas that came in their mind or are present. Unfortunately, in the education system creativity is not supported up to the mark. The implementation of creativity in education is very important because schools are the foundation of knowledge. These are the sites from where they take care of the future will arise. But you can develop creativity by yourself as there are a lot of ways of doing it.

Andriele De Prá Carvalho, Eloiza Avila de Matos, Dálcio Roberto dos Reis, Luís Felippi Serpe, and Sandro Carvalho tell there are 67 creative techniques to bring the creativity of an individual. Some basic ways are as follow:


Analogy technique 

Analogy people to know unknown events or houses from known elements (Shen & Lai. 2014), in other words, acts as a connection between the image that creates your brain to know the phenomenon you are doing a technique, consistent with Tsuilien Shena and Jiin Chyuan Laib, the analog technique can help.


BulletProof Technique

This approach consists of searching or deciding on a particular area where the ideas and intentions proposed have a high risk of failure, so the main idea of ​​this approach is to find solutions to the problem that may arise in those cases.


New View Technique

This process aims to get a suggestion or response from one or more people on a particular topic, i.e., conclusions, recommendations, and suggestions that the individual or individual receives, the mind opens up new, Therefore, this approach gives students new ways of thinking.

Mental Mapping Technique

Paul Farrand, Farzana Hussain, and Enid Hennessy in their article say that “Mind maps provide an effective learning process when writing text” Farrand., Hussain., & Hennessy. 2002) because when the reader makes a mind map, he connects the actions and concepts of the topic in general, so this combination of ideas gives the reader a clear way to understand the content of the topic.

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