Unexpected Places to Find Inspiration

Inspiration found in the gutter behind PetSmart is just as valuable as inspiration found at a seminar. Dan Zubrzycki suggests a few of the more unexpected spots to find inspiration. For starters, he says to seriously consider the views of children, because children under age 10 think of the world in terms of possibilities, whereas adults see it in terms of limitations. If you need a more substantial opinion, talk to someone with “lateral” experience, meaning experience in a transferable but unrelated field. When faced with your weaknesses, either find ways around them or find ways to barrel straight through them. You can read Zubrzycki’s full article for more:

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