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OF PSYCHOLOGICAL DISTANCE AND A PROMOTION ORIENTATION BASICALLY THEY psychological distance and a promotion orientation they creativity is enhanced during our non peak time In other words if All the Devils are Here you are a morning personour best creative time is in the afternoon or early evening and vice versa for those night owls While Miles to Go (The Walk, your mental states can change It takes a while to sink into an insightful mind set This means that switching back and forth between insightful and analytic thought can waste time and preventou from full engaging either state They then remind us to switch off our cell phones and practice mindfulness or meditation to allow us the freedom to explore Everyone has varying tendencies towards eureka moments The great thing is The Wake you don t have to be an ancient Greek thinker to enjoy of them Small changes inour motivation or environment can help even the most analytical of us to unleash our creativity and experience creative insights Learn about what Circus Act (Spy Pups you can do to trainourself to have of these eureka moments I read this book thanks to BlinkistThe key message in this bookEveryone has varying tendencies towards eureka moments The great thing is Daffodil Girls you don t have to be an ancient Greek thinker to enjoy of them Small changes inour motivation or environment can help even the most analytical of us to unleash our creativity and experience creative insightsActionable adviceNap on itThe next time a conundrum has The Private Lives of the Saints you flummoxed take a nap This will allowour unconscious to work on it When Biggles Goes to War you wake upou might just have the solution Mission New York (Scavenger Hunt Adventure you were looking forA good mood euals a good employeeThe next timeou are negotiating with Dominion (Life After your boss aboutour working conditions tell them how vital a positive mood is in order to work creatively and happilySuggested further reading Curious by Ian LeslieCurious is all about one of the most fundamental forces for our success as well as our perception of the world around us our curiosity The book offers a uniue look into how curiosity works what Angel Pets you can do to nurture it and what sorts of behaviors stifle it This book opened up a lot of valuable information that pertained to my life but can be used by anybody to spark creative thoughts The only problem I have with the book is that the information all seems to be at the cutting edge of research and so it feels as if there is a huge world of information left to be discovered and it gives the book trouble tying everything together Definitely an important part ofour mind that must be taken into account Worth readin. Mark Beeman explain how insights arise and what the scientific research says about stimulating of them They discuss how various conditions affect the likelihood of our having an insight when insight is helpful and when deliberate methodical thought is better suited to a task what the relationship is between insight and intuition and how the brain’s right hemisphere contributes to creative thought.
John Kounios · 6 free readOrs widen their discussion to the ways in which insight operates in the world and how people choose to to the ways in which insight operates in the world and how people choose to it outInsightful thinking is favored heavily by the authors for not only its rush but its ingenuity creativity and the ability to break the mold Apart from retelling the stories about
the moment of clarity experienced by individuals the best takeaway for me was the role that attentional saliencymoment of clarity experienced by individuals the best takeaway for me was the role that attentional saliency in the development of new ideas This book is pleasant to read the whole way through but although heavily sourced the information is presented in of a narrative than scientific writing style Being written by scientists the book lacks the embellishment which comes from casually misrepresenting the surety of field but being written for the public also lacks the rigor that scientists appreciate There are no strong prescriptive measures to detail how to discover new insights and also no strong or clear scientific basis established for their nature In a sense this book walks the perimeter around the meaning and mechanics of insight without tying together everything for the reader Perhaps the author s themselves haven t fully put together what they are trying to say and just need a little bit of a push before it comes to them 355 As I delve into deep work and my creative process there is no book that could ve served me betterThe Eureka Factor gives the full buffet It not only talks about the psychology behind creative insight but it also explains how to create it This book is extremely full circle with every chapter playing off of each other extremely wellAnd as always the examples given with the stories told to explain creative insight and ps I have had a long interest in creativity since writing about it for my masters thesis This book took a long time to provide two ending chapters that offer some guidance in ways we can enhance our creativity The authors seem like analytical types writing about the opposite intuition or creativity through intuition Basically they contend that some problems may be solved by taking a look at the pieces of the problem rather than through the aha moment but thinking about and interacting with unusual people in a setting that is remote from our home base such as on vacation or in a place that has rounded corners and soft lights or is out in nature may lead to greater creativity especially if A Feast of Freud your soul is filled with love and not lust You are likely to have creative insights and valid intuitions whenour brain is in a general state characterized by remote associations broa. Creative insights as psychological scientists call them were what conveyed an important discovery in the science of genetics to Nobel laureate Barbara McClintock the melody of a Beatles ballad to Paul McCartney and an understanding of the cause of human suffering to the Buddha But these moments of clarity are not given only to the famous Anyone can have them In The Eureka Factor John Kounios and. Mechanics behind how insight is generated by our brain Helpful for people digging into innovation like me way too much info for most others It certainly help me for people digging into innovation like me way too much info for most others It certainly help me understand how I was doing it Key take aways are Relaxation is critical to finding insight
push til ou solve the problem or hittil ou solve the problem OR hit wall BEFORE relaxing Focus reuires limited sensory input But not an efficient way to solve problems that have well established pattern Once insight is gained now need pressure to flush out the solution effectively This is easily one of the best books I read this summer Kounious and Beeman fill the book with insightful work on the nature of creative insight with much space dedicated to the neuroscience and psychology of the phenomenon They discuss a wide range of applications from science to philosophy to literature and poetry to business to many other fields Because of this having insights making our environment and mind conducive to th Kounios and Beeman give a nice and broad overview over insight research covered many interesting approaches to study insights and used many anecdotes that I found enjoyable to read Some things I missed they rarely mentioned effect sizes of studies and numbers of participants often the effects are significant they didn t mention the replication crisis and only rarely mentioned how reliable they think the studies they mentioned are for example it seemed to me like some My review is really biased because I teach Experimental Cognition so almost all of the material was familiar to me I just didn t find the book to flow well and it felt like a cognition textbook I wouldn t reuire it for my students and they read Kahneman s Thinking Fast and Slow Others may find it interesting though A lot of great work highlighted in this book Probably everyone has experienced the thrill of a sudden and dramatic change in thought which connects ideas in a moment This moment of insight is not only exciting and somewhat addicting but also rarely comes when called the author s here compare it to a cat which is not a poor analogy Dr Kunious and Beeman s book attempts to break apart the nature of insightful thinking and the ways in which it differs from analytical thought processes Written from the perspective of two neuroscientists insight is defined as the sudden comprehension of an idea or solution rather than the progressive development of one Drawing from the neuroimaging experiments of now classical insight problems such as the remote associates test RAT and perceptual Gestalt tests the auth. The cognitive neuroscientists who discovered how the brain has aha moments sudden creative insights explain how they happen when we need them and how we can have of them to enrich our lives and empower personal and professional success Eureka or aha moments are sudden realizations that expand our understanding of the world and ourselves conferring both personal growth and practical advantage Such.