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507: Chris Griffiths - A Systematic Process to Creativity: As most of you know, I’m a true systems guy. But not many people think of creativity as something that can have a system. Most assume that it’s something that “hits” you out of nowhere instead of something that you can plan out. However, there is

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As most of you know, I’m a true systems guy. But not many people think of creativity as something that can have a system. Most assume that it’s something that “hits” you out of nowhere instead of something that you can plan out. However, there is a way to develop a process for creative problem-solving. Making creativity a systematic part of your life and business is invaluable. After all, what the world really needs is creativity leaders, not thought leaders. The people who truly change businesses and the world are disruptors- they create new dots that connect to the dots that already exist. Once you combine your analytical mind and your creative mind, you’ll be able to see new ideas through to fruition. To dive deeper into the idea of creating systems for creativity, I’ve brought on founder and CEO of OpenGenius, Chris Griffiths. He has helped thousands of people worldwide drive business growth using highly practical innovation processes, including teams and individuals from Fortune 500 and FTSE 100 companies, the United Nations, Governments, the European Commission and Nobel Laureates. He is a pioneer in combining creative thinking strategies with technology to enhance productivity and is behind the iMindMap and DropTask apps, now utilized by over two million people worldwide.  To learn how to create a step-by-step process for creative problem-solving in your life, download this episode now. THE INNOVATION WARRIOR   “Creativity isn’t learned. It’s unlearned over time.” - Chris Griffiths Highlights - “Winners fail more than loser try.” The first mistake is viewing creativity as an event. Innovation is a process. We lose creativity as we age. However, people become more creative between 40 and 50.  The Three Blocks to Creative Thinking: selective thinking, reactive thinking, and assumptive thinking. Four Steps of Creative Problem-Solving Decisions: understanding, ideation, analysis, and direction. You have to have a commitment to your ideas. Believing in your ideas will help you see them through to fruition. Guest Contact - Chris's Website Chris's Twitter Chris's Book The Creative Thinking Handbook: Your Step-by-Step Guide to Problem Solving in Business Contact Jeffrey - Website Coaching support My book, LINGO: Discover Your Ideal Customer's Secret Language and Make Your Business Irresistible is now available! Watch my TEDx LincolnSquare video and please share!  Mentions - The Little Prince  Steve Shapiro’s work with Nasa Resources - Have Your Website Brand Message Reviewed! Is your website and are all your marketing materials speaking the right LINGO of your ideal customers? Often it's not which is why you're not converting traffic and leads to clients and attracting your most profitable customers. Fill out the simple LINGO Review application and I'll take a look at your website. If I have suggestions for you to improve your brand message (I almost always do), we'll set up a complimentary 30-minute call to discuss. A select number of websites are also chosen for my LINGO Review Video Series. Fill out the application today and let's get your business speaking the right LINGO! Music by Jawn

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