Great session today on creativity, inspiration, productivity, workflow with Anne Laure Le Cunff of https://nesslabs.com/
- Idea trails.
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- Observing others to get inspiration
- An information source is like a stream, I drink from it only when I am thirsty.
- Deleting stuff is important to fight the Collector Bias
- Getting Things Done (GTD). Waiting for the idea to come again
- Intentionality. I should collect and share ideas about my interests / focus
- Spaghetti method, throw a ball of ideas on the wall to see which stick https://www.the1thing.com/blog/the-one-thing/are-you-using-the-spaghetti-method-for-business-social-media/
- Problem of not going back to review notes.
- Validate your ideas by asking people
- Interstitial journaling. See Bucky
- Keeps everything you do: good or bad? How
- Inspiration is not ideas.
- Recurring ideas are not necessarily the best ones.
- “We tend to name things only when we have them fully formed.”
- Recognizing patterns, forgetting is also important. “Memory is a feature and not a bug”
- Building a critical mass of connected ideas.
- Having too many ideas. Struggle in finding a common thread. Concerned about building an audience while being eclectic
- What about curating sources, filtering inputs.
- you have good ideas if you have plenty of ideas
- you just have to curated and nurture them
- What’s the difference between ideas and inspiration?
- Add value to sparse ideas by connecting them.
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