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Imagination is seeing things, not as they are, but as they should be.

Think about it:  Everything that has ever been invented in the history of the world, began as an idea in one person’s mind. Without imagination, without dreams, we would stay fixed in time.

The following four steps will help you remain “fresh” in your imagination:

1.   Preparation – You gather infomation and resources to fully understand a problem or opportunity.

2.   Incubation – You take no conscious action toward solving your problem;  instead you sust let your subconscious mind play with the information.

3.   Illumination – You experience the “Aha” moment, probably when you are least expecting it.

4.   Implementation – You do… or you don’t.  This is where most people fall off the creative train.   I heard John Maxwell once say, “lots of folks have great ideas in the shower, but they seem to lose them when they dry off.”  Don’t be one of those people.  Use persistence and passion to bring your ideas to life.