How do a few people come up with many ideas?
What’s their system? Could we use it?
Those are questions Ken Blum poses for us.
He does it in our new book coming this fall.
Here’s the system Ken developed for himself.
It requires 15-30 minutes of your day, every day.
Ken calls it, “Seeding,” a daily creative ritual.
1. Set aside 30 minutes a day.
Make an appointment with yourself.
Early morning or late evening.
You need to be free of disruptions.
2. Use a timer. That’s important.
3. Develop six topics in key areas of life.
Here’s Ken’s sample list:
• My personal and professional life.
• Personal financial plan.
• The book I want to write.
• Losing 20 pounds.
• Improving my golf or tennis game.
4. Set your timer for five minutes.
Start with #1. Write in your journal. Let your ideas flow.
When the timer rings, start on #2. Five minutes.
Short on time? Set the timer for three minutes.
Get to all topics. Then you’re finished for the day.
Your conscious mind works on each topic five minutes.
Your subconscious mind works on them 24 hours
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