What is the power of an idea?. IDEAS. IDEAS. Where good ideas come from …. An . idea is a NETWORK (not a single thing). I. deas . are “recycled”/re-invented from existing . ideas. A. . liquid network / a chaotic environment .
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What is the power of an idea IDEAS IDEAS Where good ideas come from An idea is a NETWORK not a single thing I deas are recycledreinvented from existing ideas A liquid network a chaotic environment ID: 404470 Download Presentation
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You have been given a topic from your professor. And are ready to begin brainstorming.. . (Keep in mind that you won’t necessarily use all of the ideas you generate). . You have generated lots of ideas and feel ready to identify your main idea..
Any revolutionary science or technology may look like a wild idea in its beginning. Can something that is nothing can be a number?. A wild idea. But Zero (. Shunya. ) was invented. The invention of zero changed human history.
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.. SMALL BUSINESS. Why learn about techniques for idea generation?. Someone somewhere at sometime came up with the idea for every item that you see around. So that you can invent the next great product!!.
Chapter 5 section 2. Define the terms below:. Censorship. Salon. Enlightened despot. Baroque. R. ococo. Enlightenment Ideas Spread . Read Setting the Scene on page 149 as well as the Global Connections section.
…because arguments matter.. Everything is connected. All ideas can link to all ideas.. Some connections are harder to make, but if you think hard enough, you can always link one thing to another. Sometimes you may need to look at it from different angles, which will allow you to make connections more creatively. This would count as PERCEPTIVE thinking..