100 Creativity Exercises

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These creativity exercises

  • Are of real-life difficulty,
  • Have no known answers, or at least no right or wrong ones,
  • Cannot be solved with combinatorial or purely logical methods.
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Solving diverse problems and puzzles can help develop creativity – a skill of producing new, original ideas. This book helps train it.

Like money, creativity is useful in nearly all situations. Creative people have better opportunities to influence their futures.

These creativity exercises

  • Are of Real-Life Difficulty.
  • Have no known answers, or at least no right or wrong ones.
  • Cannot be solved with combinatorial or purely logical methods.

They help

  • Train creative problem-solving skills,
  • Get freer mentally,
  • Improve self-confidence,
       believe in one's own power to influence their life.

You choose your amount of ‘training’. Every question allows limitless depth, i.e., any possible answer can be improved.

a.      Light exercising can be to think several minutes about the question and produce one or two first ideas that may become cornerstones of a well-thought answer.

b.      A medium version is to spend one or more hours on the question and to create a more elaborate answer that also stands some basic rational checks.

c.      Heavy training is to develop a detailed, well-thought answer (or several alternatives). It may take numerous sessions of creative listening to internal and external signs, as well as logical thinking and re-thinking. The result is a comprehensive image of what was asked about and maybe a realistic path towards it.

You can do it alone or in groups. 

Depending on the chosen level of training, it may take anywhere from several days to several months to solve all the problems from this book.