I have often found that "Efficiency" does not mostly go hand in hand with Creativity! A person who is too absorbed in culling out the irrelevant at a moment’s notice and too quick to judge is one who is least likely to be a creative artist. Most artists are accomodating and very "lazy" with throwing out even the most obscure kind of thoughts without careful consideration. Deferring judgment says Braingle – is the key to successful brainstorming sessions.. very rightly so.
Deferring judgment is an important rule for brainstorming sessions, and it’s just as important for working with your own ideas. If you judge an idea too quickly, you will reject many ideas that have real potential. Early ideas are easy to reject because they are imperfect, but they can be improved and embellished. Sometimes the best ideas come from combining parts of several imperfect ideas.
If you feel yourself jumping to judge or reject an idea (either your idea or someone else’s idea), take a moment and allow yourself to recognize that not all ideas spring forth from the mind in perfect order.
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