Tuesday, 26 May 2015

Thinking Out of the Box – Your way to success

"Thinking Out of the Box" - I’m sure we all heard this phrase often, but how far we used this in our life. Is that thinking out of the box really leads to success that we foresee? Why certain people tasting success in almost all their attempts, but others couldn’t?

Success is very much influenced by the differential thinking which otherwise called “Thinking out of the Box”. All the inventions are triggered by these thoughts. You might seen, some business grown to the sky level in short period of time. This is only because the businessman got the differential thoughts or idea which he used in right channel.

What are the qualities required to develop this skill? Can it be learned by reading? Yes, but we should have courage to learn and experiment the same in our daily activities. Over a period of time, our attitude will get changed and all our activities will have definite meaning and goal. This is how we are challenging and taking up with the conventional wisdom.

Creativity plays an important role in thinking out of the box. This is how we can imagine different ideas and experiment the same to get the desired result. One should have the ability to take risk and should strive for results by trying the same activity in different ways.

Listening to others – this is the one important attitude we must possess to develop the out of the box thinking ability. Thus, we are able to learn from others’ experience and mistakes. We will have the chance to try in different ways and no need to try the same in which others already tried and failed.

You must be ready to get into uncomfortable zone if you want to think differently. This is because, people won’t accept your thoughts at first sight and you, yourself left alone to try hard to show the success. You should get into the unknown World to find the solution which may get huge success. Be ready to face new challenges on the way.

We all are going to live each moment only once, we shouldn’t take it up as granted. We need to strive for best results by out of the box thinking everyday, every activity we do. By practice, we can fine tune our brain for out of the box thinking.

27 comments:

Gill - That British Woman said...

thinking outside of the box, makes you grow and is a good thing!

Carla from The River said...

Very true!
Thank you for sharing,
Carla

CelestinaMarie@SouthernDayDreams said...

Great post!! Thinking out of the box for me really means being open minded and considering all the possibilities. It drives my creative side and I tap into this everyday I'm in the studio.
Thank you for sharing.
CM

Jo said...

Never been creative enough to think outside the box. If only.

Jim and Sandie said...

Being creative and thinking out of the box doesn't come easily for me. Once in a great while I will have a sudden burst of "wow - what an idea", but not very often.

Olga Hebert said...

Listening to others--was just discussing this with some friends earlier today--how it is all too common to find yourself in a group where everyone is talking and no one is listening. Often the same thing is said over and over and it appears some people think they are coming up with a completely novel idea all the same.

martinealison said...

Bonjour,

Une jolie publication...
La grande sagesse d'écouter les autres... J'aime ça et prendre des risques aussi, bien que parfois maintenant je les redoute.

❊ ♡ Gros bisous ♡ ❊

Linda said...

Listening is so important, and sadly, not everyone knows how to really listen. Great post, thank you so much for such wonderful insight.

Cro Magnon said...

One should never climb into that box in the first place.

DeniseinVA said...

It is a good thing to think outside the box. Great post and a wonderful photo!

Butterfly 8)(8 Bungalow said...

Interesting.

bj said...

Thinking outside the box has become much easier for me since blogging. I see things here that has me thinking, "gosh...wonder why I didn't think of that."
Thanks for your good post.

Haddock said...

I think Listening to others is one of the prime factors here.

Rama Ananth said...

I absoltely agree with every point you have made. My own son in law took the plunge and followed his passion, his dream, left his engineering job to become a good writer.
One need not change one's profession to be successful, one can train oneself to remain focused in what one wants to achieve and be successful too, like my husband.
To think out of the box can be interpreted in so many ways.
BTW this the title I have given to my cookery blog.

Pat Hatt said...

Can learn way more outside the box than in

Ruth said...

Unfortunately, conformity gets pretty much ingrained in us from an early age.

Creations By Cindy said...

I love the "Think outside the Box". This is what it takes for any type of success to me. Thanks for the post. Hugs and blessings, Cindy

Dee said...

This was a very encouraging post. Thinking outside the box is a great way to reach your goals... :)

Dewena said...

Lots to absorb here. I've read it twice and should again! I hope I do many of the things you suggest, but need to be much more aware in this area. Your blog looks very interesting. Thank you for visiting me!

Dewena

Jo-Anne's Ramblings said...

I am creative in my dreams but in real life not so much ok not at all really just saying

SweetMarie said...

I think outside the box here and there, but my son has always. He's very creative and I expect that he will end up with patented ideas. :) Great post!

Stephanie Faris said...

It's so funny--when I worked in state government, one of the criteria for hiring people was their ability to think outside the box. But government is LEAST likely to think outside the box...in fact, if you do so, you're usually shot down and told to go back and do your assigned work.

Susan Kane said...

Thinking Outside the Box was a phrase we used in teaching to describe a student with a greater degree of imagination.

Thinking in such manner--such fun.
Thanks for stopping by my site!

Red Rose Alley said...

Thinking outside the box.....to me, it's being our own person and not following the crowd, going in the opposite direction. I often do this myself, and then find peace along the way. Thanks for all the suggestions. They were very good ones.

Have a pleasant weekend.

~Sheri

Lowcarb team member said...

I just love the photo at the start of your post.

We also need time to think as well as thinking outside the box!
Interesting post, thank you.

All the best Jan

Shivani Singh said...

So true! Great post...

Nora @ Teacup Tales said...

We all need reminders to "think outside of the box" as it is so easy to get into a rut. While I enjoy being creative, it is the part about being uncomfortable that I need to persevere through. Thank you for your visit last week. I discovered your blog because of it.

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