Learning from creative geniuses in history

Pablo Picasso, Albert Einstein, Leonardo Da Vinci, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Galileo Galilei, Thomas Edison ... What do you think about by looking at these names?

Yes, they accomplish amazing stuff that remain in our history. We learn what they have accomplished. We admire them as geniuses. 

What we don't talk enough is HOW they came up those ideas that we now regard as great discovery, invention, or art works. Surprisingly, there are one common thing that all of these creative geniuses have done upon innovating.

They combined two or more unrelated matters and produced new ideas. Instead of being trapped in their own thinking patterns, they actively sought out creating  

Opposites and Exaggeration Game

At creative gym, we often emphasize importance of breaking the normal thinking patterns, and allow our brain to evoke new thinking patterns. One of the powerful method is called "Opposites and Exaggeration Game."

In this article, you will learn how to play this thinking game, and show examples.