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How to Be a Creative Thinker

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Joui Turandot

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This article was co-authored by Joui Turandot. Joui Turandot is a Personal and Creative Branding Consultant and the Founder of JTM Consulting, a business that specializes in public persona branding, business branding, creative leadership coaching, and speaking workshops. Joui has more than 10 years of experience as a fashion designer, filmmaker, photographer, costume designer, stylist, and personal development coach. She uses her diverse experience to guide creative leaders and entrepreneurs through a journey of self-discovery and embodied personal expression to help them grow their business and step into the next level of leadership. Joui holds a BA in Media Studies from Mills College and holds credentials in the Somatica Core Training Method by the Somatica Institute and in the Art of Circling Training by The Circling Institute. This article has been viewed 41,737 times.

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To be a creative thinker, you need to feed your brain, which you can do by reading about topics that interest you and things you know nothing about. If you need a fresh perspective on a new idea or problem you’ve encountered, collaborate with someone you work well with and get their thoughts on the matter. Once you’ve come up with some ideas, you can organize them by drawing a mind map where you list them out and make connections between them. Then, be sure to create, whether that be drawing, writing, building, or something else entirely. For more advice, such as how to find creative time and space, keep reading!

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