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9 Extreme Creativity Questions from Peter's Laws | Brainzooming

9 Extreme Creativity Questions from Peter's Laws | Brainzooming | Into the Driver's Seat | Scoop.it

by Mike Brown

 

"If Peter’s Laws shed light on how creative geniuses approach game-changing creativity, then I should be able to turn them into questions ANYONE can use to push their own extreme creativity.

 

"A sampling of extreme creativity questions you can use to take a big swing at game-changing results:

 

-What would be bigger & bolder than anything you have ever done and potentially impossible for you to pull off successfully?

-What BIG, new & radical things are the smartest people & organizations (regardless of industry) doing that you need to do too?

-What even more outlandish things would you do if there were no rules?

--If someone tells you “no,” what are you going to do to go around or above them and keep going?

-What would you be doing if you could never hear any objections people might raise?

-What can you do to dramatically speed up every element of the big projects you are working on right now?

-What can you do that is completely opposite of anything typical or expected?-What would you do if your goal were to be 100x bigger or more impressive than you are today

-What will create impossible-to-ignore buzz daily about what you’re doing and accomplishing?

 

"Pointing these questions at your strategic objective will yield multiple game-changing possibilities to pursue."

Jim Lerman's insight:

Within the snarkiness here lies some wisdom.

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Tips for Starting a New Facebook Fan Page

Tips for Starting a New Facebook Fan Page | Into the Driver's Seat | Scoop.it

One of the things many people struggle with in social media are identity issues, and I am no different. Up until yesterday, my main Facebook entities included my personal profile and my fan page for Kikolani. While I love both of these, I found some problems with sharing links to posts I’ve done elsewhere. Specifically…

 

- Links I’ve posted to my personal profile lately haven’t gotten that much attention compared to plain status updates or photos.
- The fan page for this blog is focused on posts from this blog only. Fans didn’t sign up for posts from elsewhere.


So the solution was creating a new Facebook page. This page is specifically focused on my freelance writing and blogging as a whole so it can be a platform where I can share links to anything I have written anywhere...


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100 Ways to Become a Twitter Power User

100 Ways to Become a Twitter Power User | Into the Driver's Seat | Scoop.it

At the end of this article I’ve listed my top ten most influential power users. But before you skip down to see who they are, let me show you why they are so influential in the first place.


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3 Tools To Massively Increase Your Twitter Exposure

3 Tools To Massively Increase Your Twitter Exposure | Into the Driver's Seat | Scoop.it

While Facebook and Google Plus social continue to push new features live, battling themselves over who can dominate the market, Twitter remains the most powerful driver of traffic to my site.

 

Ever since the t.co shortener was introduced, I can see it showing up at the top of my referrers at any given day.

 

This is very powerful and also quite reassuring. Continuing to improve and work on my Twitter performance has paid off greatly so far.


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