What's The Big Idea?

HOW TO DEVELOP CREATIVE SOLUTIONS
THROUGH VISUAL THINKING

A Seminar for Executives, Journalists and Educators

The best way to come up with a good idea is to come up with lots of ideas. But what if the bolt of inspiration never strikes? What if the brainstorm is merely a cloudy drizzle?

Often the most elegant solution to a problem is already right in front of you. Obvious ideas are not brilliant, but brilliant ideas are obvious.

Finding that gem of a concept requires first knowing what you're really looking for, and then developing inventive ways of looking.

In a seminar designed to stimulate creativity, Sean Kelly explores how using analysis, free association, selectivity and visual thinking can allow individuals, teams and organizations to produce great ideas and solve problems.

Kelly uses examples from his 20 years of creative work to demonstrate his conceptual and playful process: how he approaches assignments, generates multiple concepts and arrives at solutions.

Visual thinking can lead to a big idea -- and lots of big ideas.

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Recently presented for the Columbia Scholastic Press Association at the Columbia School of Journalism

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