Episode 051: One Year of Innovation Inside the Box

by | Jul 12, 2021 | Podcast, Systematic Growth | 0 comments

It’s time to celebrate here at Innovation Inside the Box!

We’ve passed the 50 episode mark which is a big deal for a podcast. Over the past 50 episodes, we’ve covered tons of content to help you develop your creativity and innovation abilities.

Today, I wanted to take some time to summarize the key points of what this podcast is all about. It never hurts to get a review and make sure we’ll all be on the same page about the things we teach here. I also want to take some time to thank the people who have supported me through this podcasting journey and helped me get to where I am now. 

Tune in to join the celebration.

In this episode you’ll hear:

  1. How creativity is a skill that anybody can learn.
  2. The bad creativity methods out there.
  3. A review of the SIT method.
  4. Why you should start with a solution and work backward for innovation.
  5. How the SIT method helps break fixedness.
  6. Why constraints are necessary for creativity.
  7. My appreciation for the people who have helped me out with this podcast.

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