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Thinking Outside The Box: A Skill, Not An Art

When we consider how to ‘think outside the box,’ it’s very easy for us to imagine a Sherlock Holmes-like figure putting together connections and circumstantial evidence to solve a case in no time at all. But that’s not often the case. In fact, thinking outside the box doesn’t necessarily mean you need to be a genius, it just shows you’re willing to consider all possibilities and come to conclusions that might be unconventional.

This can be useful in business, especially as it translates to innovation. It can also be useful for a DTSS U.S. review, or the means in which to market your products going forward. However, you can train the ability to think this way, and so it can serve like a muscle, not just an ephemeral art. So, how do you train this art, and manage to develop yourself in the best way?

Those are the golden questions. Let us go about answering them in the following paragraphs below.


Ideas & Creativity

Ideas and creativity are important to nourish, and for that, you need to consider thinking of outlandish ideas and see how they’d fit. Solving a problem can often be the impetus for you to come up with ideas. For instance, the best Dragon’s Den pitch in the UK revolved around a man with years in the construction industry solving a problem he found, a means in which to store mortar without having to learn over time and time again. This creativity helped him establish a product, using innovative means, but that was spawned by a common problem that needed resolving. 


Think Backwards & Forwards

It can be worthwhile to think both backwards and forwards through a problem. Think of how you might wish to solve an issue with your marketing team. You might decide to look back and consider past marketing campaigns and their timings. You may predict the future, such as how you wish for the current marketing campaign to go. Then you can think back from that achievement, such as how its social media engagement might spread, and thus what you need to ensure it is spread (such as a well-formatted thirty-second video advertisement). Altering the timeline in your mind can sometimes be all it takes to help you move forward and succeed.


Take Inspiration From Others

Take inspiration from those you admire. You can find actual, real, tangible admiration here. You’re not lesser for using someone else as an example, provided you don’t deify them. Seeing how someone else has managed to move forward despite the odds, or how they came up with a new idea that changed everything, that can really give you a sense of how these people think. From Elon Musk’s biographies to Steve Jobs and his life journey, these measures can help you learn more about the life your idols have lived, and how they relate to you. Little sparks of inspiration like this can cause a fire. Don’t discount them.


With this advice, we hope you can more easily think outside the box, as a skill to develop.

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