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Innovation Isn’t Found in Conventional Relationships

Finding similarities between different things is key to formulating creative solutions.  It’s not surprising to find connections between things that are compatible, alike, or complimentary to each other.  Breakthroughs occur when seemingly unrelated elements from diverse

Innovation in Focus: Seeing Through the Haze

The road to innovation requires a specific kind of visualization. Instead of looking at a problem, or looking for a solution, innovation requires you to “see” the problem and possibilities. This means your eyes initiate mental

Visual Blocks that Delay or Deter Innovation

When a problem of interest remains unanswered, your subconscious mind continuously searches for alternatives, options, and possibilities, even when your conscious attention is focused elsewhere. So when a potential creative solution is realized, via an integral

Find Innovation with Intention

Inspiration for innovative concepts exist in every aspect of life.  That said, the best way to come up with a breakthrough idea is by intentionally looking for one. For the most part, Eureka moments happen when

Learning How to See Innovatively

Opportunities are often hidden in plain sight. The obvious is frequently missed because we ignore what’s right in front of our eyes. We could look at, but not see the potential.  To avoid sensory overload,  the

3 Types of Semantic Markup to Enhance your SEO

In our last blog, we referenced how semantic markups within your website’s HTML code could help impact your company’s page rank performance and ability to stand out on search results pages. If you are a business