Early, in my journey into Optimal Living I took note of a phenomenon called diminishing returns. Diminishing Returns, is an economic term that states – an increase in value due to a single factor (when everything else remains the same) will eventually hit a peak resulting in less proportional value from that point onward.
Do you want to be more creative? What is your creative intelligence? How do you test it? How to you improve your creativity?
As information becomes more easily available and computers are doing more of our thinking for us the ability to remember facts is becoming less important, while the ability to think creatively continues to be an important asset. What distinguishes great minds is the creative ability to think on your toes and look at problems with a different perspective to figure out innovative solutions. This is Creative IQ.
Be it at home or in the workplace, we are put in leadership positions all the time. What kind of leader are you? Are you a person others line up to follow or a leader to be avoided? “Multipliers – How the Best Leaders Make Everyone Smarter”, by Liz Wiseman, explores the leadership qualities that bring out the greatness, not in us, but in others. These principles tap into the collective intelligence of groups to produce better results and better employees. The key is the willingness to take a chance and invest in other people.