UNLOCKING THE POWER OF
Creativity, Problem Solving, and Decision Making
Master a technique to quickly access the mind's creativity and problem
Develop creative intelligence skills such as insight and ingenuity.
Foster the initiative and innovative skills to think beyond the boundaries
of what is to what could possibly be.
Imagination, Ingenuity, Intuition, Invention, Inspiration, Insight, Illumination,
Introspection, Intention, Identification, Induction, Initiative, Implementation,
Interpretation, Interest, Inclination, Innovation, Instigation, Investigation
we only have one body, we have two minds. The conscious mind is the mind
of logic and reasoning. It uses deduction and analysis to solve problems.
It uses a process of elimination, take things apart, kind of thinking.
We look at the menu and think, "I don't want desert, I don't want
breakfast, I don't want a complete dinner. Ah, I want a sandwich. But
I don't want roast beef, and I don't want corned beef, I don't want grilled
cheese. Ah, I want turkey." This is the mind that tries putting the
pieces of the jigsaw puzzle together until it finds two that fit. The
other mind, the imagination mind, is the mind of the Power of "I".
It is not deductive but inductive. This is the mind of imagination that
will go into the restaurant and never even look at the menu. This mind
would imagine, "What am I in the mood for? What do I feel like? What
would taste real good right now?" And it just might come up with
chicken and waffles. This is the mind that after letting the conscious
mind put together several pieces of the jigsaw puzzle suddenly realizes
what the picture will finally be. The conscious mind is the mind that
takes things apart. The imagination mind is the mind that puts things
The reason we have two minds is because in the whole world there are really
only two problems. One problem is "I know what I want but I don't
know how to get it." The only other problem is "I don't know
what I want". The conscious, logical, rational mind is designed to
solve the problem of "I know what I want, but I don't know how to
get it" is of little use in solving the problem of "I don't
know what I want". Sometimes what we want isn't logical or rational.
It is emotional. We just want it. When we don't know what we want, it
calls for something like imagination, inspiration, insight, intuition,
or illumination. It calls for some of those wonderful Power of "I"
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