Reverse BrainstormPosted: November 26, 2009
I find this an interesting approach. Somewhat like taking something upside down. I am talking about the reverse brainstorm that David Gurteen describes here. Why i find this interesting is because of the way it emphasizes things from a perspective which is quite different from the way we usually look at things. Instead of looking at the way things are, this seems to be a way which looks at what are the possible problems which could come up which could prevent one from doing what they are trying to do. It goes one step further in that it also asks people to think about the things they have done or they could do to prevent any of these problems from coming up.