Do 您 Recognize These 10 Mental Blocks to Creative Thinking?

Do 您 Recognize These 10 Mental Blocks to Creative Thinking?

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    • 嗨,布莱恩, Copybloggerhas many quality 文章 that I’ve learn from.
      这是一篇很棒的文章,涵盖了博客作者应考虑的各个方面。

      首先,我尝试使用10个智力障碍作为检查表,以对照筑巢实践评估我的当前状态。
      谢谢你的精彩文章,我’ve draft a 30/60/90 days plan to improve my 创造力.

      干杯,

    • Really 大 post describing various barriers. Some of them are know to us while some become so common that we fail to recognise them as barriers. We need to throw them away and move forward. thanks for publication.

    • “不允许编辑者与内部艺术家进入同一房间。”

      当我阅读以上声明时,我意识到,在过去的几年中,’由于个人事务分散了注意力,这位狡猾的编辑已派遣艺术家去玩,锁上了门,并接管了研究。我现在看到,为了让艺术家重新开始在页面上播放,必须将珍贵但太多了的编辑器临时发送到房间之外。
      Thanks, Mr. Clark! The pointers in this 文章 are deceptively simple. A 大 reference, bookmarked for at least one more read.

  1. 非常聪明的清单,Brian。我特别同意“I’m not creative.”人们这么说让我发疯,因为我’ve seen so many “uncreative” people become 真实ly 好 with practice.

    创意需要尝试失败的意愿–a lot–before becoming 好. Even the best creatives strike out more than 他们 hit a home run. The key 是 that 他们 don’t let it stop them.

    The books 您picked are all 真实ly 好, even though I’d recommend de Bono’在横向思考方面的​​严肃创造力。认真创造力基本上是更新的版本,’很容易找到。

    我还建议“自由思想和蓝海战略”。希望这可以帮助!

  2. 嗨布莱恩

    I 真实ly enjoyed this post. 我不’t know –相比其他一些让人们流连忘返的事情,它更像你…

    对我来说〜10是这一切的关键。大约一年前,我改变了信仰“I’我不是一个有创造力的人” to “我是一个有创造力的人”. It was the best personal development 工作 I 有 ever done.

    Everything else falls away when 您blast away that old belief, and start to believe in your own 创造力, to start to feel that power, that source flowing through you…

    乔安娜

  3. 每个人的内心都有一个秘密的创造天才。富有创造力是为了摆脱束缚,并寻求可爱的内在声音,这对于所有人来说都是无处不在的(无论他们是否会唱歌-)

    The analogy holds true whether writing copy, painting pictures, sculpting marble, programming C#, crafting Cabernet, or making love. Sing at the top of your lungs! Be wrong! Make 您point, be linear and non-linear at the same time, free yourself from the shackles of the self-imposed lead 框。

    Celebrating our indigenous 创造力 是 the ultimate act of getting over ourselves and offers the best chance to leave something behind that survives; an idea, a thought, a poem, a child, a song…

    一位非常著名的音乐家朋友曾告诉我,他的关键和创造性成功是在他终于停止尝试创作音乐时出现的“like 大家 else.” The secret, he whispered, 是 in creating art that can ONLY come from you. Then, 对 or wrong, 您有 found your voice.

    很棒的帖子Brian…thanks.

  4. This post 是 over-the-top 好, and it addresses some 严重 problems I’一直有。如果你不这样做’t mind, I’ll hang onto it. 😉

  5. I’突出显示后才打印出您的文章“there 是 no 框” and now 有 the list hanging beside my monitor.
    Fantastic stuff! Thanks for your 大 insight!

  6. 布赖恩 any post with 矩阵 in it gets my approval.

    丽,如果您的清单是用扭曲的汤匙制成的衣架悬挂的,那么您’已经将其提升到一个新的水平,并且正在成为Brian的一员’s star pupils.

    继续前进
    谢恩

  7. 很棒的帖子!

    I 认为 the biggest “creative block”对于大多数人来说就是自己!它’一个自我实现的预言。通常,人们是他们自己最糟糕的批评家。

    但是,我也相信主流“corporate culture”也是巨大的创意障碍。许多公司认为只有一种做事方式,而其他任何方式都不可接受。一世’我本人以及它对个人的破坏力。

    I 认为 humans are inherently creative, it’s a matter of learning to not only unlock that 创造力, but also the ability to apply it to every day situations 是 crucial.

  8. WOW! Exquisite. Brilliant. 您 are a genius.
    That’s 对 – there’s no spoon, there’s no 框。

    我们多次看过《黑客帝国》,但我们仍然会忘记。多可惜。
    我们需要不断提醒自己,我们必须继续应用这种看法,以免忘记。我们应该坐下来仔细思考它,直到我们真正得到它,并且它黏附并渗透到我们的思想,我们的生命以及我们的生活方式中。

  9. 我和妻子说“there 是 no spoon”一直到对方。它’成为您的简写代码’re describing.

    我认为这全都与模式有关。人类是模式的创造者和模式的追随者。遵循一种模式会反复创建其他东西:车辙!车辙很难摆脱。我认为’为什么有时很难记住没有汤匙的原因。

  10. Nice post, point 7 was very true, thats a problem to many people, acting 严重, 严重 people are not only 无创意的, but 他们 also undermine the 创造力 of not so 严重 people, 他们 are total oposites of personality

    尽管我们不能忘记,认真对待可能意味着您很孤独,而寂寞是不可能有创造力的心态。

    吉姆斯( http://ultraside.blogspot.com )

  11. Point 5 是 大. 您’ve got to 有 fun @ 工作, by 真实ly enjoying the 工作. Beyond being creative, enjoying your 工作 是 one of the best ways to be happy.

  12. 好主意!我特别喜欢关于“being wrong”. People who are honest in their 工作 and take responsibility for mistakes are always more successful long-term. Great insights!

  13. 嘿罗杰,感谢您的光临… I’m an obvious fan!

    I 认为 大家 should buy Roger’s book… it goes into 很多 of detail about 工作ing past these mental blocks, and has tons of examples and illustrations.

    He also has some 创造力 “flash cards” that I 有n’还没有尝试过,但是看起来很刺激。

  14. This 是 a fantastic entry Brian. 您r ten mental blocks are wonderful points to remember.

    我经常和1号和9号加在一起。完美主义的诅咒。一世’ve found it 没有’t hurt my 创造力, it just creates an avid shyness that prevents me showing my tragic ‘failures’ to others. On 坏 days ‘everything’是一场悲惨的失败。 *笑*

    Anyway, definitely food for thought and a 大 jumping off point for other 文章s. I’我会尽快与我联系起来’ve broken out of 盒子 enough to spin off on this concept with my own voice. 🙂

    单击关闭以检查其他所有资源。无限的优点之一‘right’答案是,它们是无穷无尽的东西。

  15. 很棒的帖子,布莱恩。

    I love the way that some of these are so closely tied to together. For instance the notion of black and white or 对 an wrong. 创造力 是 all about navigating the grays. When we see things in black or white, we limit our options and bring on the fear of failure if our final product 是n’t black or white.

    Realizing that there 是 not 对 or wrong, and that it 是 okay to make mistakes, 是 HUGE for promoting 创造力.

    And since my 博客 是 directly related to the topic of 创造力, I’我会在这里分享自己,以免冒失自我提升的风险: 挖掘创造力.

    This was a 大 look at 创造力 from 外 盒子 that…um…doesn’不存在。要走的路,布莱恩。

    杰夫

  16. 再一次,您将能够理解我如何过上我的生活的基本原则,并将其安排在一个优雅,雄辩的,措辞完美的帖子中。为您加油,谢谢!再次!

  17. It’s funny, I’驱使许多人疯狂地告诉他们“there 是 no 框”. People seem to want a 框, where 一切 can be neatly compartmentalized away.

    很棒的帖子。

  18. yes, the whole 框 metaphor 是 so overdone and useless.

    看看来自Buzzmarketing的家伙,他们将其重命名为Half.com镇,并得到了全国性的免费媒体关注吗?

    他们将规则手册扔到了市场营销的最远处,并创建了一个全新的选择窗口。

    真好!

  19. Good post. I agree with a comment above that the business world does lean towards stifling 创造力. Writers are expected to be creative within boundaries set by business owners; fly free, but do it our way. Umm…是的,这很有意义。

  20. 布赖恩

    该职位的价值可能是任何成功课程和期间的成本的5000倍。

    “There 是 no 框”经典。并且,对汤匙的引用“The Matrix”… 好 choice.

    存在的唯一边界是我们创建的边界。

    约瑟夫·拉特里夫
    《有利可图的业务优势2》的作者

  21. 创造性思维 it’s like an obstacle race. After 10, 您有 to keep running, running and running…

  22. 很棒的清单。就在标记上。

    When I was at school studying music composition a prof gave me a 大 trick for getting 外 of a problem. He told me to imagine the most ridiculous, impractical, unreasonable solution I could and then fix it. By bringing the solution back to the problem 您end up in a spot that linear 认为ing would never allow.

  23. Well, judging by the fact that there 是 not a single 负 comment posted here, I am doubtful that anyone will ever see this, but I 有 to bring 您folks down a bit.

    This 文章 是 mostly bunk and buzz-words and essentially misses most of the point of 创造力. Speaking as a practicing Artist/Designer/Writer and someone who has over fourty years of success at being very creative indeed, I can say with assurance that these points are mostly garbage.

    至少应该完全避开任何坚持这一观点的人“everyone 是 creative”(由于是人类)。尽管这很简单,但并不是每个人都像下一个人那样有创造力,有些人根本没有创造力。

    在某些区域,您可以通过过于简单的标签将完全不同的内容组合在一起,例如“play” and “work” and then contrast and compare these essentially incomparable things. In others, 您are just completely wrong. Logic and 创造力 are at odds? Sounds to me like 您有 no idea of any of the concepts 您are papier-mache’ing together here.

    这比起任何现实生活来,更像是一种向后拍,自我提升的运动。真正有创造力的人’不需要它,里面的任何东西都不可能像一个真正的创意人IMO一样使枯燥乏味。

  24. 杰里米, you’非常开悟,但不要’t take it too hard… most people are.

    您’re an egoist. 您 love to identify yourself as a creative, and exclude others as “uncreative”. It makes 您feel 好, because you’重新成为自己喜欢的人。

    Feel free to continue your line of 认为ing on your own site, if 您有 one. So creative, and nothing to show us?

  25. 我爱您的网站!一世’ve been looking for methods to increase my 创造力 and identifying blocks 是 a help. One thing that 工作s for me 是 the Random Word Technique where 您force yourself to solve a problem using a random input such as a random word from the dictionary. I do 有 one criticism, however. I find it odd that 您feel compelled to identify the blocks to 创造力 through a cliché top 10 list. See the irony?

  26. No irony at all Richard. As a copywriter, I use what I know will 工作 best for a particular bit of content, and leave the fretting over clichés to others. 🙂

    Oh, plus there are 10 blocks mentioned in 罗杰·冯·奥希’s book. Should I 有 left some of them out to satisfy those who worry about hipster appearances?

    商业创造力不涉及有意选择不适合的事物’t 工作 as well.

  27. 嗨,布莱恩, I had to jump in again because 杰里米’的评论让我非常生气。说人是或不是人是多么傲慢’创意! (然后称自己为少数精英之一。)

    I wrote a response to his comment on my 创造力 博客 and I’m taking his comment as a challenge to prove that people can learn 创造力.

    I’我是一位横向思维导师,刚刚完成创意硕士学位,我告诉读者我’d offer an hour of free 创造力 training to one of the commentators on my post.

    If anyone 是 interested from your 博客, 他们 should come over and help me prove that 杰里米’一揽子声明是完全错误的。

  28. 我喜欢这里介绍的想法,但我从未真正遇到过可能声称自负创意的人们。他们可能有短期的精神障碍,或者在生活中经历了专心/焦虑/沮丧/等等的时期。但是我可以’t say I’遇见了没有’有很多好主意。我遇到的是一大堆可以’不能将好主意变成最终产品。获得成品也需要创造力,但是还需要:1.努力工作2.认真认真3.务实4.遵守规则…你明白了。托马斯·爱迪生(Thomas 埃德ison)和理查德·布兰森(Richard Branson)比一般人更具创造力,但是嘿,我在上面列出的事情也比一般人做得更好。两者都需要。

  29. 布赖恩 that 是 a 大 post. I always hate the phrase “out of 盒子”. A 大 one I used to hear (in a former 工作 life) when a department would be way behind schedule in starting a project or when Upper management tried to emphasize to their 工作er bees the importance of taking on more 工作 “for free”还是因为缺乏更好的策略而继续进行保险流程,“We just don’t 有 the bandwith”。这意味着,我们不’t 有 time, We don’小心,只要闭嘴,然后继续。

    Anyway, your post 是 大….so many times the key to 创造力 是 unlocked by one of my three children….they 有n’t没学到才干或妥协了。

    丽贝卡·莱文森(Rebecca D.Levinson)-Connect2Agent

  30. 埃里克,我同意你的看法。

    有一天,我’ll do a post on taking action. Personally, it was the biggest barrier I had to get over before I started doing the things I 真实ly wanted to.

    而且,我在本文中确实提到过几次关键评估和执行很重要。你可以’不要让他们在创作过程的开始就受到阻碍。“Creative 认为ing” 是 the beginning of 创造力, not the totality.

  31. I 认为 my time as a coporate employee eliminated my 创造力, but its coming back slowly. I believe 大家 has a creative side. Its not an excuse to say I am not creative.

    • 回复ScribbleSheet,他写道:“I 认为 my time as a coporate employee eliminated my 创造力, but its coming back slowly. I believe 大家 has a creative side. Its not an excuse to say I am not creative.”

      我听到了!它’s terrible to 有 put in nearly 20 years as a corporate communicator and 真实ize it only diminished, never nurtured, my creative side. I lost my 工作 in November 2009 and in the months since 有 finally started a 博客, 被创造 a photostream on flickr, choreographed a waltz and handsewn a ballgown for a regional showcase, and will soon launch a handmade clothing boutique on etsy.com. Meanwhile, my former co-workers lament, “我希望我能像你一样有创造力。”

      如果需要是发明之母,那么自满就是平庸的保姆。

      祝你好运,ScribbleSheet,以及无数其他紧紧抓住自己的创意自我的人。如果您需要一点灵感(或只是踢裤子),请停下来说hiya:

      http://www.scrollwork.blogspot.com
      http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/

  32. I’d。缺乏练习。创造力是一种锻炼– it’s not a “you 有 it or 您don’t” kind of thing.

    您 有 to be willing to 工作 the creative juices a bit…

  33. Great principles, however if 您start talking about the non-existence of 真实ity it will inevitably take its toll on your mental health because 您will soon find 您are in a minority of one, which I can tell 您is an uncomfortable experience, especially if 您有 a moment of insight when 您see exactly what others 认为 of you, and find it 是 not a pretty sight …

  34. 布莱恩(Bryan),我的确是Dugg这个帖子,’s very del.icio.us:) Thanks for writing it; I will refer to it often. It 是 a 大 model for finding satisfaction from life as well because it 是 our mental limitations that create strife and monotony and leave us wanting more from life. Stepping 外 of those for at least a little while 是 a 大 reminder that we are creating every moment of our lives whether we are aware if it or not.

  35. 我从来没有听过陈词滥调“think 外 of 盒子” — until a CEO used it to describe my 认为ing style 对 before I spoke to his board.

    我起床说话时,我转向他,问:“I’m supposed to 认为 外 of some 框? What 框? 我没有’t know there was a 框。”

    And 大家 laughed and applauded.

    但是我是认真的。不知道他们在笑什么。后来发现。

    同时感到愚蠢和聪明。

    决定向市场推销10英尺长的杆子,不要碰东西。

  36. I 真实ly like the “there 是 no 框”这篇文章的主题。我实际上可能将其写在计算机附近的记事本上。

    I can relate to most of what 您wrote. I enjoyed seeing it laid out this way. Very 好 things to keep in mind. My best days on the computer, whether with my podcast, writing my scripts, or 博客ging happen when I am relaxed and not trying too hard.

    I guess on those days, there 真实ly 是 no 框, eh?

  37. ok, i 有 to 工作 on myself…
    i still see 盒子 and i still try to get out of it…
    thanks for a 大 文章
    引用矩阵中的另一个小文本:
    “This 是 真实ly gonna bake my noodle…”

  38. 可爱…
    我应该感谢的Jurgen Wolff‘time to write’…。指导我在这里。
    您‘created’ this 文章… he 被创造 a path for/in me.
    🙂
    我的意思是,不仅仅是改变我们的信念‘i am not creative’… what 是 needed 是 to re-define 创造力.
    它本身有能力破坏神话般的信仰。不用和自己吵架。
    (如果我认为自己没有创造力,而你要我改变这种信念,那就告诉我我错了。如果我错了,我在哪里可以改变自己?)
    so… what IS 创造力, and what 是 it NOT (restricted to)?

  39. 嗨,布莱恩,

    I 工作 for a communications consultancy and we 有 被创造 an international campaign targeted at Ad. executives. As part of this, we are producing a ‘mock newspaper’ to distribute to them. I found many of the ideas expressed in your 文章 inspiring and was wondering if 您would be happy for the piece to be included in the aforementioned newspaper.

    请尽快告诉我。

    非常感谢

    约书亚·罗斯(Joshua Ross)

  40. 11. Fear of being 对 / Fear of Success

    What if 您are 对, 您有 a 好 idea. Then what? In some places it 是 dangerous to outshine the boss.

    Or 错了 是 familiar. If 您are 对, then what?

  41. Nice list. I liked the idea of not being 严重 and accept the fact that we all make mistakes and it 是 not wrong to make mistakes. The point of being absolutely fool so far as the norms and values of present society are concerned 是 also 真实ly appreciable. After all, we all are free spirit and who 是 to judge what we do 是 an act of foolishness or 真实 创造力. If Einstein thought Newtonian Physics was ultimate, we would still be in an underdeveloped situation.

  42. 我必须指出,你打算写些什么“logical mind”实际上,更恰当地表示为“empirical mind” or “无限理性的头脑。”逻辑和隐喻通常是同义词,因为我们经常提出一些限制子集,即“the 框”(通过隐喻得出,“假设情况”等),我们从中人工地产生了思维过程(逻辑)。因此,您显然建议为了逃避对“the 框”, we 有 to express 盒子 “metaphorically.”除非您在‘greater 真相’因为只是象征性/隐喻地表达,在这种情况下,我必须质疑“there 是 no 框”自从作为隐喻的真相开始,您首先做了一个陈述“box.”

    What I 认为 您mean 是 something more akin to the following:
    无限合理化是“常常是真正创新思想的敌人。”相反,直觉通常会为过度考虑阻碍创新思想提供一条途径。

  43. 能够 someone please explain to me what on earth 最高 是 trying to say in his comment #99?? However 正确 he may be in his assertions…我认为他在这篇文章中遗漏了所有要点*。请参阅#1、7、8和9。

    *通过发表我的评论,我承认我有些内same…或不?我只是发表评论,因为我发现了马克斯’的评论非常适合本次讨论,并具有讽刺意味=)有人评论吗?

  44. Sir,Your writeup explicitly instructs every aspiring scribe/word 玩er to do the “not done”是的,我实际上可以意识到并感觉到它需要无耻,令人信服和大胆(帕勃罗·毕加索);引起注意并获得“thats 大 one”.You 有 cleared all my blocks and gates of thought and imagination.many thanks

  45. Very inspiring and well written summary of what it takes to strip away your delusions to your own personal path to enlightment. To strengthen the impact of the 文章, 您might 有 given more personal examples of how these principals 有 启发d you.

  46. 杰里米’s “negative” comment re “creativity”作为自助的概念是“thinking 外 盒子” — the “box” being your approach, Brian. Artists (like 杰里米) follow their own threads &敢侧眼看流行趋势。它’令人失望的是您的回答变得苦涩&攻击,好像可以’t allow others to question your 认为ing. 您r take on 创造力 是 helpful to business people &文案。考虑到它对于书面或视觉或音乐艺术的创作者来说是不足的。
    PS I’我读过《脑袋里的W子》&必须筛分&适用于艺术创作的作品— being creative as a corporate employee was different from being creative as a mom or as a visual artist or as a writer of fiction or non-fiction. 杰里米 是 “also 对.”

  47. 我没有’t respond to 杰里米 the way I did because he has a different opinion, I responded that way because he’一个屈尊的屁股。

    为什么所谓“artists” 认为 他们 有 a 对 to be snide? 杰里米 can say whatever he wants, as long as he wears big boy pants and can handle someone telling him what 他们 认为 of him in turn.

  48. 第1部分。

    这是一个优秀的文章。

    I 工作 as an advertising account planner (the person in the advertising agency responsible for coming up with the ‘big idea’ for a campaign). Account planning 是 all about creative 认为ing.

    无论如何,您提出的要点恰恰是我们每天都会遵循的事情,以便提出‘big idea’.

  49. 2.部分

    I 认为 all the points 您make sum up accurately the shortfall in creative 认为ing.

    我最喜欢的创造性思维技巧之一是破坏性思维(破坏性思维只是一种创造性思维,或者换句话说,是一种创造性思维态度)。破坏性思考是关于质疑‘good’ ideas to see if 他们 真实ly are 好. And to explore ‘bad’ ideas to see if 他们 contain the potential for sparking off 大 ideas. 迪sruptive 认为ing 是 about turning things on their head, shuffling them about, and seeing what comes out.

    埃蒙
    http://www.spotlightideas.co.uk

  50. WOW! This was 真实ly 大! Stuff like this 没有t normally interest me. O.o Or 如果 it does?

  51. 你好
    I 认为 that 您are absolutelly 对 about the “there 是 no 框”但是无论人们以为他们的行为都像《盒子》中那样。当您感到更舒适和安全时,总是很容易到那里。
    表达式也一样– 您prefer to do only 认为s 您are sure of 🙂 . Even writing anonymously 是 not giving confidence. But still most of the people need inspiration to start breaking their boundaries and then comes the 创造力 :).

    祝好运!
    亚力山大

  52. Well, 您有 certainly given me 很多 to 认为 about. I 认为 I 有 spent so much time and effort getting 外 of 盒子, that I 有 ignored 为什么 it 是 I wanted to be there! Pretty amazing concept…感谢您挑战我最基本的理解!真有价值!

  53. This 是 a 大 post. It makes me see 很多 of mistakes I’ve been making. Sometimes when trying to write creatively, I will be stuck on starting it a certain way and I 有 a hard time stepping back and shelving my original idea and starting from scratch.

  54. 有时,障碍来自于阻碍我们前进的潜意识…我上面列出的网站不是我的网站,而是一种查找并开始删除这些阻止的绝妙方式。

  55. I’我一生中被指控过#7次…我的一个堂兄经常告诉我,我只需要“偶尔做个傻瓜”.

    当时,这听起来像是迄今为止最愚蠢的建议,但我了解顺从性和不时放松的事情可能对您的个人进化发展有害。

  56. Point 9 是 大. Most of us are afraid to commit mistakes and to be labeled WRONG. Now I 真实ize that its ok to commit mistakes. Sometimes I get frustrated doing things repeatedly and finding out that something 是 wrong.

    能够 I use your 文章 in my 博客spot? I like to share this to other people. Thanks 很多.

  57. 这些规则不仅限于写作,还可以应用于职业目标,人际关系以及您如何看待世界。

    Of course if 大家 opened their eyes to this, then creative 工作s would be even more competitive than 他们 already are.

    It’s a shame that even most of the people who read this will never be brave enough to follow through with these ideas without the 对 motivation.

    很好的建议。一世’m将此页面添加为书签。

    干杯。

  58. Hi 大家 !
    嗨布莱恩! 您r cool writing style and creative choice of ideas, are 真实ly inspiring me, and enticing me to comment ^^”
    Yes, 您are 对, in “Matrix,” 没有勺子, and by the way, there 是 no Keanu Reeves neither 🙂 Simply some images of a spoon, and 很多 of images of Keanu running at a pace of about 29 images per second. Plus, 我没有’t listen to the recording of his true voice, I watched the dubbed version, in French.
    “There 是 no 框。” Alright, but 如果 we questioned what the “box” referred to in the conversation? To illustrate my “angle” of view, let’s look at this “fool” alternative title:
    “Do 您 Let This Decahedral Box Confine 您r Creative Potential?” (in geometry, decahedral = polyhedral with 10 faces )
    我不像原始标题那样有魅力,我知道-
    But, in my opinion, in the widely used phrase “think 外 of 盒子,” the “box” symbolizes simply obstacles that are blocking us towards attaining something that 是 located 外 of a restricted parameter of possibilities, and in general, we are looking for solutions to problems.
    I 认为 that the image of a 框 是 used to help us consider all the possibilities (outside) VS limited current situations (inside.)
    For instance, how happy 是 a bird sealed in a cage? 能够 您consider the big number of kilometers that it wants to fly, compared to the extremely restricted space of the cage ? I 真实ly don’t know but, I wouldn’t want to be in its slippers : ) However, I’m sure of one thing; it was not the bird who 被创造 the cage, and it certainly didn’t want to find itself in that particular situation…
    The “box” can 有 several meanings, according to specific contexts, and that’s 为什么 it 是 convenient to consider an important factor: relativity.
    If we talk about “thinking,” then these obstacles (faces of a 框) represent its limits; thus “think 外 of 盒子” in this context, 是 equal to “think 外 of your 认为ing limits,” and we could say also: “break out of your limited 认为ing.”
    If we succeed in bringing our 认为ing beyond it’s former limits, (using some 创造力 stimuli borrowed from other people –like Brian and Roger-, inner or environmental elements or entities,) then we may be able to start enjoying higher level creative 认为ing.
    一个人自己创造“盒子”吗?我们会制造自己的障碍并限制自己吗?
    我们可能是某些原因的原因(例如错误的信念:我做不到,我不是……,我永远不会……,),但是也有外部阻碍因素(环境:自然?阴天,阴雨天?社会?坏人?信息?政治?障碍?)都取决于上下文。
    即使我不认为我们自己会在心理上创造出所有类型的限制因素,当我们能够识别概念或物理障碍时,这确实是正确的,然后我们不再绕开它们,而最终以它们为借口。另一个“奇怪”的原因也许就是所谓的“吸引力法则”:您一直在思考现实中不存在的问题,最终最终将它们吸引给您……但这并不意味着您没有分析您当前的职位,方法,思维方式,想法,技术,联系人,环境,影响,您的个人方法等。
    第二个例子是,当某人设定了实现财务自由的目标时,他们很难走出“舒适区”。我们可以说“没有舒适区”吗?我认为可以这样说,但是我们必须解决,无论如何我们都必须“阐明”这个问题,以便对其进行处理并克服其相对有限和禁止的影响。无论我们称其为“舒适区”,“将头埋在沙子里”(像鸵鸟一样),或者我不知道,也许是“当前的生活方式生存本能”,它仅仅是一种工具,仅仅是社会代表概念。最重要的是检测并捕获所有破坏者,以便对其进行更改或消除,以消除它们对目标的影响。
    感谢Brian共享您的列表,我敢肯定,我会回到列表上,以确保我不会在期间忘记一些关键要素。

  59. “感谢Brian共享您的列表,我敢肯定,我会回到列表上,以确保我不会在期间忘记一些关键要素。”

    Umps! 我没有’注意句子的结尾…原件的最后更改“text editing soft”我曾经没有保存过。

    我想说的是:我’ll be sure to get back to this list of 10 elements while 工作ing creatively on one of my mini projects : )

    Thanks again 布赖恩 有 a cool day 大家!

    K’

  60. […]It’s a shame that even most of the people who read this will never be brave enough to follow through with these ideas without the 对 motivation[…]

  61. I’我正在研究本文如何在个人和职业上影响您的生活。任何人都可以与我分享您对这篇精彩文章的看法。

  62. Great info. Keep up the encouragement. Reading about a different side of the coin 是 sometimes all one needs to be able to 认为 again. 谢谢。

  63. 优秀的文章,有了解的想法“is no 框”是所有其他观点的中心,它使我们无规则,无限制地重定向到另一个世界。

  64. 爱博客…putting your 工作 on my feeds so I can keep up! Timely and well said synopsis, especially for the ever expanding and unconventional world around the web, social media and business attitutes in general. 谢谢.

  65. I’ve learned that if 您有 writer’最好的办法是与其他作家一起头脑风暴。他们可以为您提供建议,这些建议将帮助您超越障碍并继续写作。 Blurbtree.com 是 a 大 website where 您can write something and post it on the web, then invite specific people to add comments or ideas to your writing. Working together, Blurbtree.com will prove to be a fun and helpful tool as 您press forward with your writing!

  66. 对于作家’s block, it seems that all 您有 to do 是 to do something entertaining for a certain period of time (preferably something 您do very rarely), untill 您“de-block” your writing’s interruption.
    解除封锁可能需要几分钟或几个小时。这取决于。
    所以每当你“think” 您get this writer’阻止,然后做一些与您的习惯或爱好完全不同的事情。例如,如果您从不绘画,则进行绘画(或绘制等)…) I hope this helps.

  67. The facts are that your are your own worse enemey when it comes to doing anything. This 是 a 大 list of mental blocks to study and use. When 您see this happeining to you, fight the blocks and act!!!

    萌贝达德

  68. “我们创造自己的极限” I had a cuz that can barely speak english, he just know some basics but was far from having a 好 hearing. We were spending 4th of July at a barbeque pool party, some 好 looking girls were nearby and he was the person that approach them and start having a cool conversation.

    I guess everybody will 认为 that not speaking the same language will be a huge limitation in order to 有 a social relationship well this limitation 是 not on my cuz mind, it just 没有t exist.

    Yes, we definitely often create our own limits or 认为 more on our limitations.

  69. I 有 started 博客s and 有n’t been able to keep up with them, but 您有 given me an idea for a 博客 that I know I’能够保持最新状态。谢谢你这么好的帖子。

  70. Good post. I agree with a comment above that the business world does lean towards stifling 创造力. Writers are expected to be creative within boundaries set by business owners; fly free, but do it our way. Umm…是的,这很有意义。

  71. 布赖恩
    it does not look that 您ever 有 a writing block or a problem with being creative. It 是 a known that with our western world education by parents and school, we unlearn our natural 创造力. A few children are lucky, when their parents let them their God given 创造力 by not constantly telling them how 他们 有 to see things, when 他们 see sth. in a different way or draw sth. differently from how adults perceive it.

    我试图唤醒失去的能力,据说这是可能的。

  72. 嘿,布莱恩,

    卡住?

    玩另一个游戏,解决一个完全不同的问题,使用某种新风格的东西。

    通过做一件事情太久,我们就会有意识地或无意识地沉迷于规则。我们的身心肌肉习惯于执行某种类型的动作。

    但是,当我们涉足新事物时,我们就开始锻炼一种新型的肌肉。我们成长。因为活动是新的,所以我们变得更加意识到和意识到。换个角度看,回头看当前的问题,我们可以从外部的角度看待它。我们不仅看到规则,而且看到规则,让我们回避并进行创造性思考。

    It’s no wonder the 大est creative 工作s are unique, with lesser stuff being derivative of it but not the other way around.

    Awesome reminder to stay fresh and 有 our creative juices constantly surprised and flowing,
    奥列格

  73. i 认为 this 文章 是 大 ! it throws light to some aspect that we often forget to even 认为 about leave alone 工作ing on them . I agree with 您that evey individual 有 a creative side but it totaly depends on the individual as to how far 他们 are willing to make a fool of themselves to explore and bring out their creative side.
    I 有 been encouraged!

  74. 感谢您编译此列表。对我来说幸运的是,当涉及到与职业有关的事情时,我可以让我自己进行创造性思考。这些问题困扰我的地方(是的,我受到上述所有10个因素的困扰)是当我’我试图写小说。我希望我能以某种方式将我带到博客和提案写作中的柯克式上尉chutzpah移植到我的个人创作中,但是到目前为止,尽管我积极地进行自我检查和自我完善,但我还是失败了。

  75. I 有 first time accessed thi 博客.. but 真实ly impressive post…
    创造性思维 是 the result of 对-brain activity –直觉,洞察力,灵感。不教授创造性思维技能。他们不需要智力,甚至不需要经验,尽管需要这些素质才能将创意付诸实践。

  76. 噢,谢谢!

    Back at 工作 from a long vacation and been having terrible mental block. This 文章 是 just what I need to shake me out of it!

  77. 这些都是正确的观点。作为作家,我们每个人都需要有关如何更好地写作甚至成为作家的技巧。
    那里 are so many sites on here to learn from.

  78. 鼓掌多么棒的入门。

    您 know all these 10 point are so true. And i 真实ly once myself know 他们 were true. But seems like people opinion put me in a 框 somehow as time goes by. But come to the 认为 of it, there 真实ly 是 no 框, how curious

    例如,害怕犯错,说真的,我相当无所畏惧,然后有些混蛋进来,说我在尝试事物时有多大错​​。这是错误的,这是错误的。然后我转而变得非常害怕犯错。

    I feel weird now after seeing this post, almost as if 盒子 有 vanish. haha

    Ahh..i 真实ly feel enlighten.

  79. Points #2 and #10 resonated with me — 认为ing 隐喻地 and acknowledging 创造力 as inherent. Serendipitously, a recent post to my 博客 used the metaphor of a morning glory vine in bloom in my back yard.

    “牵牛花将它们的喇叭吹向天空,自然界也没有嘲笑它们。他们不渴望成为蓝色,而是体现蓝色。”
    I invite 您to read more at
    http://scrollwork.blogspot.com/2010/08/blue-toward-blue.html

  80. I 认为 point number 10 是 the most important. 您 有 to believe 您are creative and that no matter how creative 认为ing 您are 您can improve. Check out some of the games and challenges on my website (http://creativitygames.net). 您 will see that it 是 很多 easier than 您认为.

    机会无处不在。

  81. I agree with the fact that we ALL are creative, every one 是. I believe, 创造力 是 in our nature, but some people who don’不要以为是,因为他们没有’t know themselves that well or are passive due to social, family or financial 是sues and obstacles. I believe depression 是 mostly effective in the way we 认为 to become creative or active, and getting out of our 框es (illusive 框es).

    However, “thinking 外 of 盒子,” in my opinion 是 NOT a wrong way to look at. I 认为 simply it’s more helpful to 认为 that there 是 a 框 in order to get out of our comfort zones to shake off our dust, it 工作s as a trigger, imaginary speaking.

    我喜欢阅读你的博客。谢谢您的发帖,内容非常丰富。

  82. 我完全同意‘box 认为ing’.
    But, I do not completely dismiss the 外 of 盒子. I 认为 it 是 unhealthy 认为ing of it as a 框。

    您 can’t escape what you’重新进入,不了解它。

    当人们问‘宇宙膨胀成什么?’他们在问基本问题。但是您永远不会看到有人问您宇宙是否会扩展成它自己。仅仅因为我们可以’什么都不懂’t 有 an 外.

    Why a 框? Why not a circle? Or a line.
    或无。

    We 认为 too big, so in turn we are 认为ing too small.

    我不’t 认为 您can 认为 ‘outside’ until 您认为 ‘inside’.

    For example; when someone judges another by what 他们 see, 他们 are 认为ing 外 of what 他们 should understand.
    但是通过看到内部,他们看到了更大的画面。并开始在内部之前看到内部。

    Thus expanding their 框。 Instead of creating another one 外 of it. Which can only result in more and more 框es.

    如果有人了解我在说什么,或者如果这完全没有道理,就知道。

    但基本上,我们可以’看不到外面,如果我们不知道’t see the 内.
    Which may eliminate the 外.

    i 有 no idea what i’我在说,但这在我的小脑袋里是有道理的。

  83. 重新访问第7点:
    “使我们保持文明的大多数原因归结为一致性,一致性,共同价值观,是的,以与其他人相同的方式思考事物。不一定没有错,但是如果您可以从精神上接受它实际上只是帮助社会运作的集体思维,那么您就可以允许自己颠倒一切被接受的事物并摆脱幻想。”

    您 do, however, 有 to be prepared to be seen as interfering with the function of society. That can be a very dangerous place to be –因此所有的团体都在思考。

    创造力 是 best achieved by people who know that it 是 not always a perfect 好. It has its price, and the price 是 sometimes very high. 您 threaten people –有时非常有野心和聪明的人可以报复。

    • I’我已经学会怀疑那些寻求我的创造力的机会。我错误地接受了雄心勃勃的,聪明的,超级成功的但僵硬的思想家提供的这样的机会。我尝试过,但未能取悦他们。它’塞思·戈丁(Seth Godin)说的是真的,您赢了’通过给人们您认为他们需要的东西而获得成功–您必须给他们他们所需要的东西。他们要求服从。在我意识到这一点之前,我就沉迷于以前启发自己的干燥的肉汤块。确实,弗兰克的价格很高。

      许多创意者不仅必须生活在实用主义者中间,还必须以不具备实际经验的技能为生’t involve 创造力. It’s still a pragmatist’世界名列前茅。我们每天都会死一点,不是因为失败,而是因为逐渐失去尝试创新的意愿。

      我允许自己尝试剥夺塑造我形象的小隔间。从拒绝成为正方形,我的银行对帐单减少为一系列的圆零。这种失败并不等于失败!

      http://scrollwork.blogspot.com/2010/10/can-creativity-be-liability.html

  84. Lately, I 有 been 玩ing some 2D fighting video game with my little brother, who 是 真实ly strong (he learns fast, plus he was more trained.)

    He was going to win another fight when something strange happened, I was 认为ing about some 严重 subjects completely unrelated to the game and I went far deep in my 认为ing, and then I started to 玩 very strangely with completely unexpected moves… result? I won.

    我注意到在一些奇怪的情况下我承担了太多的风险,但是由于每次风险都是不合逻辑的且各不相同,这使我的对手失去了控制自己的既定策略的能力。

    As soon as I got out of my deep 认为ing mood, well, he started to win once again… lol

    有趣的是,它在视频游戏或现实生活中发生了很多次,我相信你会注意到这些“奇怪而意外” actions by other peaople at 工作 or at home : )

  85. 关于人们如何在不知道自己正在做的情况下如何限制自己的伟大评论。尽管我发现所有内容都非常相关,但我最喜欢“逻辑思维和错了”的观点。我非常喜欢这篇文章。

  86. 10号!那’s me. I’m not creative, I’ve just learned to keep going until what I want to say 是 said. Then I do about 10 rewrites. Thank 好ness for spellchecker! Thanks for the post…

  87. 你知道我真的必须同意你的观点“play 是 not 工作”点。对我来说,最大的障碍似乎是我想到必须在x日期/小时之前写完x文章/帖子/任何内容。这给我带来很大压力,使我通常认为很有趣的事情和创造性地融入到“job”. And you’re absolutely 对 that’不利于创造性写作。实际上’就在我感到自己“have” to post that I tend to 有 the worst writers block.

  88. Hi 萨米, 您just said what’s on my mind.

    I am very passionate about writing, but when I began writing to make a living, the joy I derive from the former seemed to 有 evaporated in order to comply with the latter. I reduced my writing as a commodity, not as a creative outlet for me, which defeated all purpose of 为什么 I decided to write in the first place.

    As to the 文章, Leo Buscaglia would 有 shed tears of joy if he were alive today. He thought modern schools destroyed creative 认为ing, and spent his life encouraging people to be free to make mistakes, to experiment with their lives, and to be loving human beings in the process. He would 有 given Brian a very warm hug.

  89. 这篇文章的好照片!它’与作品极为相关。

    I also 有 to agree with what 萨米 and 比基 posted before me. It’将您热爱的职业变成职业并仍然保持对职业的热情是真正的挑战。它’s a 真实 test.

  90. Brian! love this! Unfortunately, I 认为 many people 认为 that 创造力 and 认为ing (as in being cerebral…)彼此排斥。可能回到传统教育…。事实恰恰相反–最聪明的人也最有创意。这正是ParmFarm试图开车回家的关键…

    很棒的帖子。

    艾米·帕门特

  91. 很棒的文章!我不确定在寻求关于复杂和/或困难问题的观点时,是否有可能夸大与认证傻瓜交谈的智慧。

  92. 有用的一个。
    创造性思维 是 真实ly seeing things or situation with many a different perspective and then evaluating and reaching to a solution.

  93. 在本文包含的所有技巧中,我认为我最同意:“现实生活不仅模棱两可,而且到疯狂的地步往往是不合逻辑的”时常在社交媒体中,尤其是我们希望确保自己在做事“right”的方式,我们对它们进行了全面分析,以至于将它们全部弄错了。你说的另一件事对我真的很突出“There 是 no 框”那是看事物的极好方法。一旦被扼杀,创造力就很难恢复。我们必须谨慎行事,不要扼杀我们或员工的创造力。
    约翰·苏扎
    SocialMediaMagic.Com

  94. 布赖恩 your post 是 an inspiration to my creatively challenged mind. Over the past year and a half I 有 been going through some though times in relation to 创造力. I wont 您to know that 您有 just made a significant change in my life. First 认为 I take from 您is to STOP telling myself I am not a creative 认为er.
    谢谢

  95. 好点,布莱恩。我想再加上一个造成精神障碍的因素-“conflicting advice”. 那里 是 just so much information available online that it 是 easy to be confused and overwhelmed.

    这是一个简单的示例:我应该开一家自己热衷的业务吗?

    无论是哪种方式,对这个主题都有很多强烈的意见,以至于对于寻求指导或建议的人来说,这非常令人困惑。这会导致分析瘫痪,使分析无济于事,而将更多的时间花费在有关该主题的更多研究上,而不是实际去做。

    I 有 personally struggled with this dilemma myself and at the end of the day I 真实ized, there 是 no 对 or wrong answer because people 有 been extremely successful in businesses that 他们 are passionate about and businesses 他们 有 no interest in.

    I understood that it 是 important for ME to honestly assess what 工作s for ME because what 工作s for others need not necessarily 工作 for ME.

    这有助于我清除主要的心理障碍,因为现在我向内寻求指导,而不是盲目跟随某人,即使他/她碰巧是一个成功的人。

    • I strongly agree with you. When i finished reading, i had to sit down shocked and 认为ing. I had to form a way to remember the ten points. Thanks alot

  96. This 是 真实ly an excellent post. Think out of 盒子 and 您will get the 对 answers. Of course, I should say 对 answers. 那里 是 always more than one answer and the only obstacle 是 your mind. Really, the very first obstacle 是 your mind. Free your mind. I almost never get writer’s block. I just start writing without worring about the content and lo and behold it gets finished.

  97. 我不是博客作者,但我是作家–小说,奇幻/超自然小说和诗歌–and 有 learned through many years of trying to write “the 对 way”不再担心样式/一致样式。故事本身就是一个实体,并且知道如何/需要被告知–刚开始写作,它就会告诉自己。

  98. 写得很好 !您提供了启发性的话语,以激发我的创造力,谢谢!我很喜欢你的报价,“您已经可以随时进行创造性思维了,但是您必须剥夺在走到今天的路上所产生的想象中的思维障碍(或思维障碍)。”这个评论是如此真实,以至于我们都是天生的创造力个人,但不幸的是,我们的创造力可能会在此过程中受到抑制。我的丈夫伯纳德·卡茨(Bernard Katz)发表了他对这个特定主题的看法。“Can’t画一条直线。”

  99. 只是不得不说’误解为托马斯·爱迪生(Thomas 埃德ison)发明了灯泡。实际上,它是1802年由约瑟夫·斯旺(Joseph Swan)发明的,’t the “great”发明家,历史使他脱颖而出..他的公司通过吸收他人的发明而付诸东流,并为其发明专利,从而赢得了声誉。.通常这是一种不为人所知的方式..爱迪生试图做的大部分事情发明了’甚至没有工作..但他可能是第一个公司鲨鱼。

  100. 起初,我以为我会起诉任何人,因为有人写这篇文章侵犯了亲密,先验缠扰,并把我的灵魂的9/10扔出去供所有人阅读,但后来我意识到这实际上是一件好事。我的意思是,如果其他人确实符合所有这些条件,那么这意味着周围有更多患病的人,超出我的想象。因此,谢谢您的互联网,谢谢您的Brian Brian,谢谢您将我带到这里的随机虚拟漫游。我不得不说,我感觉到最接近我每天都适用的第2点,对于那些怀疑我的话(顺便问一下)的人,我只能鼓励检查此链接并听到很多故事,是由不同的人讲述的,他们团结在同一身份的旗帜下,但每个故事都以某种方式讲述了缺乏指称,滥用隐喻废话以及这种致命疾病的症状的故事。‘humanitis’…

    http://www.soundlcoud.com/didjelirium

    Thanks again for this beautiful but intrusive 工作 of words,

    保佑!

    另一个生病的人

    迪djelirium

  101. 我一直在寻找一种创造性思考的方法,因为每次我创造性地思考问题时,解决方案都值得付出努力,而正常的思考过程带来的解决方案仅仅是“good enough”。我同意这篇文章中的所有观点。但是,仅仅是创造性思维的10个思维障碍,还是作者已经跻身前10名。可以有一个数字11吗?创造力是在一致性,逻辑性,常态性和实用性规则共同作用的世界中,我们所有人都必须学习的一项技能。进行创造性思维是不自然的,因此我们必须时刻提醒自己要进行创造性思维。

  102. Isn’t it funny how when we talk about 创造力, some people will automatically 认为 of an artist (painter, writer). I 工作ed with so many different group of individuals, I can’告诉您多少次参加多个项目时,其中一些会立即指出无法解决的所有原因。其他人则只是提出任何可能的解决方案…

    这些人中最大的障碍是,当他们遇到问题时,他们会考虑自己所拥有的所有限制,因此,他们发现自己陷入了无法解决的局面。

    我发现面对生活挑战时,同样的事情发生了…他们坚持自己所知道的,因为自身的局限性而感到无法超越特定的情况…但是,WOW相信每个问题都有解决方案的人,他们曾经有过创造力吗,这也同样在他们的生活挑战中…你知道吗,所有其他困难似乎都比较容易…他们已经训练了他们的思想以提出创造性的解决方案…

  103. Hmm Well I was just searching on yahoo and just came across your 博客, in general I just only visit 博客s and retrieve my needed info but this time the useful info that 您posted in this post urged me to post here and appreciate your diligent 工作. I just bookmarked your site. Thank 您again.

  104. 感谢您发布此Brian!我一直在搜索互联网,杂志,书籍等…., trying to find out 为什么 I am stuck in this rut. I am a self taught pianist/composer 工作ing on my third album. The reason no one hears my music 是 because I 有 these reservations about whether anyone will actually like my music so I record the music and pretty much do nothing with it. 您r post has 真实ly given me 很多 of insight as far as being my own critic. As a matter of fact it has given me 很多 of insight about other areas of my life that are not the way I want them and I now 真实ize that I am the reason 他们 are that way. I am smiling 对 now because I now know that I can stop worrying about 认为ing 外 盒子 because “There 是 no 框” 🙂 Thanks again

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