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Ignorance is liberating
Freedom of thought to explore, to embrace uncertainty, to take risks – to reframe questions or problems
Start where you can: never say can’t
Make a mark on the white paper; forge connections, look for gaps in understanding and practise; spend time understanding the context
Imagine first; reason later
Visualise ‘what could be’; don’t start your analysis from the boundaries of ‘what currently is’
Be reflective: waste time
Having time to meander, reflect and be inspired is really useful in generating new ideas
Embrace the fortune of making discoveries by accident: get muddled
Sometimes there is no logical route; confusion can bring forth new thinking, big leaps in thinking and tangential journeys that often produce great ends
Play games, serious games
Have fun, be light of heart, allow yourself to truly imagine otherness (let others ‘play’, too)
Be flexible and resilient enough to respond to change and to make change
Look for ways to increase your ideas
Work out what works and what doesn’t and why. Look for ways to scale up, to increase opportunities for positive activity and feedback
Work backwards: move forwards
Try to apply different thinking styles through a design activity.
Be accountable for, and celebrate your individual and group ideas. Does this output make the world a better place for me, for my friends, for society?
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