Monday, May 23, 2016

Brainstorming with Others Doesn’t Have to be Hard

Surely you’ve heard the expression “two minds are better than one.” Putting people together creates a diversity of ideas that can’t be achieved with just one person (they can also lead to groupthink, though). Everyone has their own ways of solving problems, and when combined, different minds can often lead to solutions to that neither person would see on their own.
That is, of course, if you know how to work and brainstorm with others effectively. Don’t be intimidated, as the infographic below will show you have to brainstorm better in a quick, visual guide. Check it out, and next time you need to work with others on a big idea, you’ll blow everyone away!
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