Recently a colleague asked me:
What’s the best thing you’ve learnt in the past six or twelve months?
And, I immediately thought, ‘What a great question!’ It took a little longer to come up with my answer.
Secondly, I want to share my answer because it really could be a piece of gold that enables you to grow your business in a dramatic way in the shortest period of time.
And, importantly, it’s not a piece of one-track, silo-thinking business advice. It’s way more general, more versatile and useful than that.
The best thing I’ve learnt in the past six months is: The Neurobiology of Insight.
That’s a pretty fancy name for the science of insight and it’s probably the secret to creativity, innovation and clever thinking.
Previously, I blogged about this and I thought it was worthy of it’s own Ideas Architect podcast episode so you can learn from this. I suggest this might be the most important single practice and habit to adopt in your business – and your life – take time out to reflect.
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