8 Tips To Come Up With Winning Ideas When You Are Brainstorming Alone

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This iBrainstorming conjures up images of teams trying to hash out wild ideas around complex problems. Two heads think better than one, but brainstorming is as much about individual problem solving as it is about the group. The energies required for solo brainstorming are probably more, but the methods to build up the “storm” of ideas…

Susan Grigsby‘s insight:

This is a fantastic article with step-by-step suggestions for solo brainstorming. I think this could be used as a lesson for students as a way to prepare for a writing assignment or selecting a research topic. 

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