Learn three important brain exercises from Stanford experts

Learn three important brain exercises from Stanford experts

Your creativity is also like a muscle, the more you exercise, the more innovative solutions and ideas you will be able to think.  The best way to do this is to train your brain to see opportunities.  According to Sarah Stein Greenberg, director of Stanford University's Hasso Plattner Institute of Design, there are three exercises that help in thinking smarter and solving problems faster.

Shadowing: Learn By Watching The Experts

Choose someone who has gone through this experience to find a solution to the problem.  Spend a day with them and see what they do.  At the end of the day, assess your observations to see what you learned.

Seeing: Look closely at your surroundings

Observe the surrounding activities closely and assess what others overlooked in it.  In fact, background details make life diverse and realistic and the same quality is essential for creative work.

Study: Understand the solutions available

Find someone who has a solution to a problem similar to yours, research, read articles and understand why the solution worked, who benefited from it, and what people have been able to do with it.

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