Brainstorming and Inspiration: A Guide to Self Help from Anywhere
Tired of waiting for the sun to shine? The time will never feel right. The universe is conspiring against you. You can’t see the light at the end of the tunnel. Sound familiar? All of these statements come from the same place. The issue isn’t with the universe, it’s with yourself. You are sabotaging yourself from listening to your own inner voice. This is known as ‘tunnel vision.’ It’s just a fancy way of saying that you have no clue what you are doing with your life.
You don’t have to be an expert Dr. Phil to know that you’re in a rut! And there is something very wrong with it! So do something about it before all hope is lost. I’ll give some advice on how to get yourself out of the tunnel.
You Are The Only One Who Can Get You Out Of The Tunnel
Think of a time when you had a problem. Did you call your mom, dad, best friend or other wise? If so then great! You have some support and now you are going to need it.
How to Build Your Own Brainstorming App for Anything & Anything!
When the going gets tough, you need a way to bust out of that slump. This post will fully guide you on how to brainstorm with any subject matter, from love to science! (the key is using process of elimination)
Step 1: Find the central theme. Before anything else, you need to find the problem or topic you want to brainstorm about. Let’s take this article for example: I wanted to build an app that would make it easier for anyone to pick up girls in any situation, no matter how awkward they are. This is my central theme. From there on out, I would relate everything back to this idea of “building an app”.
Tips on Building Ideas into Projects Using LAUNCH
The biggest part of your brain is the subconscious. This will allow you to get into a state of mind where that first idea comes to you easily. If you find yourself stuck at a dead end and can’t think of anything new, this post will show you how to jumpstart your memory with a system of visualization.
To create a successful project, you need ideas. But where do you get those ideas? A common misconception is that the mind will spit out a fully formed idea at any given point in time. The truth is that most of us have to work for our ideas. So here are a few ways that may help you build up your supply of innovative thoughts and lead to better projects:
1. Visualize Fiction
When you see movies, books, or other creative media, your subconscious registers these images and attaches a meaning to them. You need to see something before it will stay in your mind; otherwise it will be replaced by something else that is more productive.
But visualizing fiction isn’t enough to build up a large supply of new ideas. What you need is to create the fiction yourself! The subconscious needs to learn a story before it will stick in people’s minds. To develop a story, you need to make sure that it has several elements. You need:
A protagonist – a character with an important role in the story. In popular fiction, you’re usually not expected to identify with the protagonist. You’re supposed to root for him or her, but that doesn’t mean you have any feelings for him or her as a person.