5 Ways to Become a More ‘Out of the Box’ Thinker

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If you’re looking to make some serious improvements in your life, chances are you know that it’s not going to be easy. You know that you’re going to need to work hard and do the right things if you want to really achieve your goals, but what happens when those goals are seemingly insurmountable? In those moments, one of the biggest skills that you can develop is the ability to think out of the box and come up with some pretty crazy and inventive ideas. Here are five ways that will help you become an out-of-the-box thinker like never before.

1) Practice brainstorming

  1. How can I use this? When you’re looking at an object or situation, start thinking about ways you can use it in your life. You never know what you might come up with.
  2. Give yourself a time limit and write as many ideas as you can think of that relate to the prompt given before your time is up. 2 minutes, 10 minutes, 1 hour–it’s all up to you! 3. Pay attention while scrolling through social media or browsing around online and see what catches your eye. Use these moments as inspiration for creative ideas and brainstorm new concepts! 4.

2) Take on different perspectives

It’s not easy, but it’s possible. Here are some ways you can get out of your comfort zone and make yourself into an out-of-the-box thinker: – Read something completely unrelated to what you’re interested in. – Talk to someone about their problems that has nothing to do with yours. – Try new foods or drinks. – Watch movies or read books that challenge your beliefs or make you feel uncomfortable. – Take up a new hobby that challenges you in some way (knitting, playing chess, etc.).

3) Be open to change

The first step is to try and be comfortable with ambiguity. This can mean different things for different people. For some people, it might involve reading more books or articles that challenge their pre-conceived notions of what they think should happen in life. For others, this might mean taking more risks. Regardless, embracing ambiguity means accepting that you don’t always need all the answers or trying to control every outcome because it’s not possible. The best thing you can do is learn how to let go and trust your intuition or gut feeling when making decisions about what direction you want your life or business to take next.

4) Challenge assumptions

One way to become more creative is by challenging assumptions. Question everything you think you know and find out if it’s really true. When we question things, new ideas are created that weren’t there before. So next time you have an idea, make sure it’s not just because everyone does it.

5) Be comfortable with ambiguity

In order for you to become an out of the box thinker, you must first be comfortable with ambiguity. This means not being afraid to explore new ways of thinking and trying new things. It also means pushing through your fear and discomfort in order to find out what it is that will make you happy. For example, if you’re stuck in a job that doesn’t make you happy and want more from life, find out what it is that would make you happy instead. Explore options for getting that type of job or even starting your own business. Push through any fear or discomfort until you reach something positive; this is how an out of the box thinker lives their life every day!

Dr. Sajeev Dev
Dr. Sajeev Dev
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