“I was writing 5–10 of the most ludicrous ideas a day.”
Kevan Lee

Kevan, some of these are pretty interesting! As an activity to prime creativity, it works!

I was thinking of sharing your list w my entrepreneurship class, but since we use lean startup approaches, listing out “solutions” first would contradict the focus on problems worth solving vs. products that are clever…which then makes me wonder: what’s the creativity exercise/ hack that helps us be more nimble with identifying problems? How do we give ‘finding problems worth solving’ the same cachet as clever ‘solutions’? Hmmmmm m

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