To encourage good ideas, open your brainstorming sessions with a bang, Ross McCammon writes: "You could put a bottle of tequila in the middle of the table. You could note that you wore a fun belt today." Once the meeting has started, it's your responsibility to steer people away from bad ideas, McCammon writes. And don't feel the need to fill every moment with discussion, because silence is good for thinking.
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