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Vadim Kotelnikov

By: Vadim Kotelnikov

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  1. Get rid of all negative emotions and learn: There is no failure, only feedback!

    Failure as a Stepping Stone To Success

    "I have not failed 700 times. I have not failed once. I have succeeded in proving those 700 ways will not work. When I have eliminated the ways that will not work, I will find the way that will work." Thomas Edison

  2. Go into a fresh-start mindset more intelligently: Given the situation you are in now as a starting point, consider various options: what opportunities for and a roadmap to ultimate success can you see or imagine?

  3. Take different views of the situation: Having looked at the scene from your view, look at it from different perspectives, try each of these views:

    • an optimist's view;

    • a pessimist's view;

    • an anarchist's view;

    • an architect's view;

    • a child's view;

    • a poet's view;

    • a strategist's view;

    • a competitor's view;

    • a customer's view;

    • a supplier's view;

    • Salvador Dali's view;

    • Charles Darwin's view.

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Fun4Biz: Creativity Contests

Finding Opportunities in a Problem

Creative Problem Solving (CPS)

Why? What If?



Dealing With Failure

Stupid Failure vs. Noble Failure

Creative Problem Solving (CPS)

STRIDES a Model for Solving Complex Problems

Searching for Opportunities

Discovering Opportunities

Asking Searching Questions

Challenging Assumptions

"Why? What If?" Questions


5 Rules of Creative Thinking

Creative Thinking Tips

Lateral Thinking

Thinking Outside-the-Box


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