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More Brainstorming

Best to write ideas down, rather than say them out loud.

Take plenty of breaks.

Best ideas come at the end of session.

Important to not define the problem too narrow or too broad.

Goal should be quantity, not quality.

Geniuses develop their most innovative ideas when they are generating the greatest number of ideas.

No such things as bad ideas.

Many companies are great at coming up with good ideas, but lousy at evaluating an implementing them.

Source: A.S. Wellner, “Strategies: A Perfect Brainstorm,” Inc. Magazine, October 2003, pp. 31-35

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