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Matt Kushin, Ph.D.

Shared December 5, 2018

“In the beginner’s mind there are many possibilities, but in the expert’s there are few.”

Adonai Hm

Shared August 27, 2017

the key to wrong thinking is coming up with a seemingly bad idea to challenge the status quo, pushing ourselves to imagine new and disruptive ideas, beyond our own preconceptions. When we give ourselves permission to have bad ideas, we often come up with the best ones.

Michal Zimmermann

Shared August 23, 2017

To recognize how innovative this approach is, just imagine telling your intern or most junior employee that come Monday, you are their intern.

Michal Zimmermann

Shared August 23, 2017

When we give ourselves permission to have bad ideas, we often come up with the best ones.

William Green

Shared September 21, 2017

Opposite thinking. Turn your ideas upside down. And make them better all at the same time.

Brian Fang

Shared August 24, 2017

Remember, the key to wrong thinking is coming up with a seemingly bad idea to challenge the status quo, pushing ourselves to imagine new and disruptive ideas, beyond our own preconceptions. When we give ourselves permission to have bad ideas, we often come up with the best ones.

Fatal Charme

Shared April 4, 2019

When we give ourselves permission to have bad ideas, we often come up with the best ones.

When we give ourselves permission to have bad ideas, we often come up with the best ones.