Remove Blocks and Switch from Negative to Positive Thinking
to Unlock Your Creativity

 

 

 

Negative Attitude

 

Blocks and Limiting Beliefs

The tendency to focus on the negative aspects of problems and expend energy on worry.

Switch to Positive Attitude

Seek the inherent opportunities in the situation.

 

 

 

 

Fear of Failure

 

Blocks and Limiting Beliefs

Fear of looking foolish or being laughed at.

Switch to Positive Attitude

Failure is a necessary condition of and a stepping stone to success.

 

 

Executive Stress

 

Blocks and Limiting Beliefs

Not having time to think creatively. The over-stressed person finds it difficult to think objectively at all. Unwanted stress reduces the quality of all mental processes.

Switch to Positive Attitude

Long-term corporate success linked to the ability to innovate. Managing day-to-day operations is important, but it is new game changing breakthroughs that will launch company into new markets, enable rapid growth, and create high return on investment.

 

 

 

 

Following Rules

 

Blocks and Limiting Beliefs

A tendency to conform to accepted patterns of belief or thought the rules and limitations of the status quo hampers creative breakthrough.

Switch to Positive Attitude

Some rules are necessary, but others encourage mental laziness. "Every act of creation is first of all an act of destruction," taught Pablo Picasso.

 

 

 

 

Making Assumptions

 

Blocks and Limiting Beliefs

Many both conscious and unconscious assumptions restrict creative thinking.

Switch to Positive Attitude

Identify and examine the assumptions you are making to ensure they are not excluding new ideas. Challenge assumptions >>>

 

 

 

Over-reliance on Logic

 

Blocks and Limiting Beliefs

Investing all your intellectual capital into logical or analytical thinking the step-by-step approach excludes imagination, intuition, feeling or humor.

Switch to Positive Attitude

"Innovation is not the product of logical thought, although the result is tied to logical structure," taught Albert Einstein.