Is your approach impeding creativity?

06/20/2011 | BrainZooming.com

To think more creatively, you need to learn to treat everyone's ideas the same, writes Mike Brown. Give other people's innovations fair consideration, subject your own ideas to the same careful scrutiny you give other people's, and be prepared to let others take ownership of your ideas if that's what it takes to make them happen.

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