The Ideative SuperNova

Astronomy defines a super nova as an event that occurs after a failing star shrinks, possibly down to the size of pinhole, while at the same time absorbing all the surrounding matter including planets and stars. As the star gathers more and more matter its density grows which increases its gravity causing it to pull in still more matter, until the star is so dense that it bursts – goes super nova – in one of the most powerful explosions in the universe.

The Ideative Process will cause Ideas to burst into your head, as if out of nowhere.

Ring Around Supernova 1987A (SN1987A) – November 28, 2003 NASA, P. Challis, R. Kirshner (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics) and B. Sugerman (STScI)

The burst of the super nova is the perfect analogy for the burst of Ideas that comes from an Ideative SuperNova; an event that occurs when you have Inundated yourself in your Ideative field, Disrupted your Routines, Enhanced your Experiences and Knowledge, and worked to Assemble new Ideas. Ideas, often very good Ideas, burst into your mind.

During Inundate, Disrupt, and Enhance, you pack information into your brain as tightly as possible. This squeezing in of so much information works like a giant star that is shrinking fast. The star takes in so much matter from the surrounding universe and packs that matter in so densely that it eventually bursts – or goes SuperNova. Your brain becomes so packed with information that Ideas burst out.

When you feel that are your brain is about to burst with information and you just can not Inundate any further, stop. Relax. Set your mind free, or select one of the Ten Ways to Routinely Break Your Routine. Some of your best ideas will appear to you during down time, a car ride, a shower, listening to music, or doing something out of the ordinary.

Remember this simple acronym for creating Ideas: IDEA. IDEA stands for, Inundate, Disrupt, Enhance, and Assemble. The Ideative Process will help you cause that wonderful event when a great idea just pop into your head. The Ideative SuperNova.

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sarah September 6, 2009 at 6:07 pm

Very very impressive. I hope to see your book out in the book store soon. It seems like a good experience for young minds. The graphs are very interesting. It reminds me of a treasure map.

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