Creative Thinking Summary

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Lorenzo Giovane ENT 250 Husain 14 September 2015 Creative Thinking Dr. Hickman is a very intelligent woman. Listening to her presentation was inspiring and really educating. Her presentation was about creativity and creative thinking. I learned a lot about Dr. Hickman’s creative thinking and how I can apply it to my own creativity. Dr. Hickman talked about the broad idea of what creativity actually is. Creativity is producing a new idea that has value to someone. What could that value be? That value could be something that is helping someone, looking at an idea in a different light, or it could essentially be a business idea. She also taught us how we can actively be more creative with our skills. She explained that our skills encompass our experiences. This means that we should intentionally want to go out to learn and open up our horizon. There are many ways of doing this,
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Unformatted text preview: for example: Museums, art, cinema, news articles, and the media. This is the best way to being active with our creative minds. Generally from these ways of learning is how we have creative and good ideas. Dr. Hickman explained how to have a good idea. The answer to this is to keep yourself from having a bad one. Another lesson I learned from Dr. Hickman was using our memories with our own creativity. When we use our memories we can form ideas and make deeper connections for new opportunities. We can also help this process along by: Borrowing ideas, divergent thinking, combining two unlike ideas, and finding a metaphor. Dr. Hickman has taught us all a valuable lesson and it is a pleasure to have her in the classroom with us for this class. I feel she can teach us all what it takes to think outside the box and be more creative in our lives....
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