Continued from page 1
b) Engagement in tasks results in problem identification and triggers mind into working on those problems at various cognitive levels. Problems incubate until answers become apparent. Increasing incidence and frequency of problem identification increases incidence and frequency of insight. In other words, simply engaging in project generates good ideas, insights and inspiration, which is why screenwriters often find that their best ideas come to them when they are in middle of writing a screenplay.
c) Increased problem identification (coupled with motivation) increases incidence of solution seeking, through active search for stimuli and intellectual cross pollination through networks and collaboration.
A range of Screenplay and Story Structure Templates can be found at http://www.managing-creativity.com/
You can also receive a regular, free newsletter by entering your email address at this site.
Kal Bishop, MBA
You are free to reproduce this article as long as no changes are made and author's name and site URL are retained.
Kal Bishop is a management consultant based in London, UK. He has consulted in the visual media and software industries and for clients such as Toshiba and Transport for London. He has led Improv, creativity and innovation workshops, exhibited artwork in San Francisco, Los Angeles and London and written a number of screenplays. He is a passionate traveller. He can be reached on http://www.managing-creativity.com/