The 21-day program is isolated into four segments:
• Discovering your passion
• Five creative thinking strategies for discovering idea opportunities
• Nine creative techniques for generating big ideas
• Choosing and developing the best ideas
To begin, you'll need a diary (your "Large Idea" journal) to record your thoughts. This will help you monitor all the thoughts that emerge from imagination practices you'll be utilizing in the program.
Day 1: Discovering Your Inventive Passion
Presently, pause for a minute to consider "a triumph impression" for a novel thought you need to make. Distinguish the attributes of that fruitful thought that would make it a good thought, before you understand what that thought really is! For example, you may ask, "What could my thought be worth?" "What's could be its greatest advantage?"
Day 2: Courting Your Passion
Make a rundown of fields for new items, administrations, or business ideas you're enthusiastic about. Attempt to record in any event 30. Producing this many "fields of energy" will help open the universe of inventive prospects.
Day 3: Finding the Right Stimuli
To push thoughts to the following level – ask yourself, "What will make my thought both unique in relation to and better than what's presently available?"
Day 4: What's Your Problem? [ 1 of 5 Creative Thinking Strategies ]
Discover an issue that you need to tackle. Since we realize that amount drives quality, attempt to think of unique issues.
Day 5: Solving Problems… and Finding New Ones
Presently, with your issues, make an effort to think of certain arrangements. At times tending to one issue challenge may assist you with addressing another.
Day 6: Adapt an Existing Idea or Technology
Discover at least one new advancement that interest you. At that point, join it with one of your fields or enthusiasm to make another item or administration idea.
Day 7: Save Money, Save Time
Make a list that waste time or money in your life. Pick a couple of these time or money wasters, and make another item to address it.
Day 8: Facilitate Self-Actualization
Watch an assortment of online courses, introductions, or YouTube recordings from specialists in one of your zones of energy. At that point, in light of what you see, hear, and learn, make in any event one major thought for another item that will help individuals.
Day 9: Wishing for the Impossible… and Making It Real
When adults can recover the limitless creative mind of their adolescence, achievements can result. Make a list of twenty wishes. Push past the everyday or functional and wish for the unimaginable.
Day 10: Three Ideas in Thirty Minutes: The Questioning Assumptions Technique
The Questioning Assumptions strategy is tied in with uncovering opportunities for ground-breaking thoughts by interrogating the assumptions we make regarding everything. Pick a field of interest and attempt to list at any rate fifteen assumptions about it. At that point make three thoughts for another item motivated by questioning these assumptions.
Day 11: 20 Questions, One Big Idea
Produce a list of twenty inquiries to help you consider your inventive test from an alternate perspective. Use prompts, for example, "How could _," "What are _," "How about __," and "If __." You may find that the way toward posing and noting the inquiries, you will have a new idea.
Day 12: Expecting the Connecting: The "And" Technique
Make five new items or business thoughts by joining a word that addresses a territory of extraordinary enthusiasm for you with words that you find by opening a dictionary to random pages. Most ground-breaking thoughts are made by essentially joining two existing things in a new manner.
Day 13: Smart Move: Benefit Word Mashing
Design a "major idea" in a territory of enthusiasm by mashing it up with one of the accompanying advantage modifiers: 1) smart/thinking 2) speed/quick 3) educational 4) informational 5) healthy 6) virtual 7) digital 8) futuristic 9) mobile or 10) growing/expanding.
Day 14: Transformation Transfer: The Idea Hooking and Patent Prompting
The Patent Prompts Technique can assist you with making a novel thought by thinking about a wide range of, however related new developments and innovations. Here's the way it works: Identify a problem related with the plan or designing of one of the new developments you've considered. Check whether you can separate the challenge into two words.
Day 15: Getting Hotter All the Time: Trend Bending
Continue to search for various upgrades to trigger your natural connection building capacity. Use pattern reports from the Internet and check whether you can "twist the pattern" to a particular territory of interest. Ask "who, what, when, where, why, and how" of every one of the patterns, and you may find another business opportunity.
Day 16: Saving the Worst for Last
To utilize the Worst Idea strategy, start by composing a list of the most terrible thoughts you can consider in a zone of revenue. These thoughts ought to be improper, and idiotic. After you make this list, check whether you can transform these most exceedingly awful thoughts into smart thoughts by: 1) doing the opposite, or 2) utilizing this awful thought, adjusting it here and there, to rouse a smart thought.
Day 17: Final Exam: Bringing It All Together
Consolidate the strategies shrouded in the previous eight days: Wishing, Questioning Assumptions, Twenty Questions, the "And" Technique, Idea Hooks, Trend Bending, Patent Prompts and the Worst Idea Technique to make three altogether new huge ideas in one of your zones of enthusiasm.
Day 18: A Simple Concept Development Technique: Billboarding
Billboarding empowers you to make a sort of "elevator pitch" for your new item. Like a board you'd see on the expressway, in the Billboard Technique, you'll make a feature, a visual, and a slogan for your ground-breaking idea.
Day 19: Researching and Developing Your Favourite Ideas
To acquire basic knowledge into the market suitability of your idea, start essentially by meeting friends, family, and associates. To acquire added knowledge from your examination, make models, even simple ones. It's a lot simpler for somebody to mention to you what they like and don't care for, if you present them with something explicit to respond to.
Day 20: Business Building Techniques: Let's Get Visual
about your Creative War Room as both an innovative critical thinking and task prioritization apparatus. Fill your thought divider including model drawings to names you are thinking about; from conceivable PR and publicizing efforts to new deals systems. Submitting your large plan to an actual space will make it all the more genuine.
Day 21: Generating Selling Concepts: The Opportunity Redefinition Technique
The Opportunity Redefinition method helps you create inventive new deals programs by defining: 1) who is selling, 2) how and 3) to whom. When you have these list, you at that point just beginning blending and coordinating answers from each list to formulate strategies.