the most interesting question you can ask to trigger ideas is from within, "what would I like …? in the respects of a process, idea, item, tool, product or service." it will open the door to a plethora of ideas and thoughts
Each morning I get up excited to get started on brainstorms and ideas. It Is time each day where there are unlimited possibilities and ideas about anything. Usually, most of the area is still sound asleep and the excuses of "it's not my job. It has always been done that way. It is too much work. I don't have the experience. I don't' have time. It will never work. Can we start tomorrow? it might fail.." (wow, who knew there were such a plethora of reasons not to try?)
At this time of the day, the focus is on any and all ideas for solutions to problems. And just like anything else, as you make a habit of it, you realize failures, bad ideas, and things that probably won't work are common. I am not joking when I mention that If I don't fail 100 times before breakfast, it is a bad morning.
what it means is I didn't' think very hard on any particular ideas or issues.
If you create or invent anything in this world, you will soon realize that there are more critics on the planet than people that enter the arena to participate. I don't think I ever really took a look at the reason "why?" beyond the reality of most ideas fail, and many cultures and people have set up some unrealistic ideology of thinking they are perfect. Then spend a tremendous amount of time, energy, and veneers trying to apply make-up to their image or get so busy telling pointing their finger and telling everyone else what is wrong – so they never have time to look at themselves.
When you look around at the idea of what is said to be the goal and the reality of how short we tend to fall from that goal, perhaps I have come up with the answer for why I see so much dilution in American society today? It takes a lot of work and people trying to change and learn new skills inside themselves and outwardly as well.
Instead. We seem to be going the path of wall-e. Everything is to be instant, fun, happy, and filling
the problem is that when you dilute the core ingredients, how can you expect it to be great?
I was curious about what the most common excuses really were for not trying…here is a snippet from a google search: