How to come up with new ideas?

#Thinking πŸ’­

In today’s world cooking a perfect salmon is easier than coming up with new content. Uniqueness is need of the hour and whatever you do you ought to stand out.

Which takes us to the same old dilemma of how on earth are we suppose to come up with new ideas? (Feel ya)

Here are 3 powerful methods I use to come up with awesome new ideas, which might help you as well πŸ˜‰

1) Meditate – Meditation helps you to clear you thoughts, to organise them properly and to think clearly. It helps you to identify a problem and work on its solution deliberately. With clam and clear mind thinking out of the box becomes much easier.

2) Write everyday– It doesn’t matter what you write, when you write and where you write it. Writing everyday puts your brain into the habit of thinking and as we all know done anything for a long period of time makes you master in it, so if you want to be master in writing you have to become master in thinking πŸ€”

3) Read – Reading is super important for anything. No matter in what you job is, who you are reading is always going to act like a bullet proof jacket saving you from the bullets of uncertainty πŸ˜‰ Reading makes you aware of different perspectives. The more you read the more knowledge you gain, which believe it or not makes you writing eloquent and to the point. Reading also helps you come up with loads and loads of uncommon, different and beautiful ideas πŸ’‘

Hope these techniques help you to find your next awesome and possibly world changing Idea.

Have a great day πŸ¦‹

97 thoughts on “How to come up with new ideas?

  1. Thanks for sharing such valuable tips, Butterfly. I used to meditate regularly – twice a day. I found it gave me a clearer head and clarity of mind. I haven’t practised it for months now. I really don’t know why I stopped. Not a good decision. I will take your advice and recommence my meditating a bit more often. I know there are many benefits to doing this.

    I find that I’m unable to conjure up a post at will; instead, I write about what is happening in my life at that time. I think I write about once a week; probably not really enough to be beneficial. I do a lot of reading, though. Some of it is reading other bloggers’ posts, but often I’ll have a book on the go at the same time. I agree with you that reading widens the mind and improves my concentration. I’m currently reading a great book called The Island of Missing Trees by Elif Shafak. It’s brilliant. Ellie xx 🌞

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    1. I am glad it inspired you to start meditating more often πŸ˜„
      I love meditation as well, but sometimes find it difficult to do…sometimes because of work or sometimes I just procrastinate, but I am trying to make it a non-breakable habit πŸ˜„

      I loveeeeeee reading too, I love reading books, and the one I am currently reading is FLOW…I have just started reading it, but I am already hooked πŸ˜… its really a good book XD

      Ohhh thus name sounds interesting πŸ‘€ what is it’s plot?

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      1. Hello, Frank. Forgive me if I’m wrong. I wasn’t sure if your ‘hello’ note was for me (as it’s in reply to my comment) or for the lovely Butterfly, whose blog this is? Either way, I’ll say, hello in return.

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  2. THISSSSSSSSSS is that post I needed especially being a blogger means sometimes you’ll wake up and you feel so unmotivated to do anything and just lay around but particularly that point on meditation πŸ§˜β€β™‚οΈ is very important to me, It makes me reflect on so many things with a clear head! Though I stopped and I’m so lazy struggling with blogging everyday

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    1. πŸ˜‚ I am glad you love it πŸ˜‰

      Feel ya, even I sometimes….more than often to be honest πŸ˜… feel unmotivated, but when I start writing I feel like going on and on lol

      Yes, meditation is just 🀌✨️✨️✨️

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  3. Writing every day is my jam. I believe that if you want to turn pro, you can’t use burnout or inspiration as your excuse. You still have to get the work done. Writing only when you have the mood is like having an actor tell you they don’t feel inspired to act because they’re just not β€˜feeling it’.

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    1. Agreed πŸ‘ It doesn’t make a difference if you do something when you feel like doing it, it matters the most when you do it , even if you feel otherwise πŸ˜„βœ¨οΈ

      Annnnnd I appreciate your efforts for reading and dropping by a comment, as well πŸ˜‰πŸ˜„πŸ‘βœ¨οΈ

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  4. Two out of three… πŸ˜‰
    I read for enjoyment and to learn. I’ve been writing pretty much every day since I started many, many moons ago…
    One of the best pieces of advice I ever got from one of my teachers; “Write about what you know” –
    I have a ‘net’ friend who says I can take the ordinary and create something new (something like that). I think everything we write has a grain of truth, sometimes a personal truth and that helps to make things relatable.
    All the best πŸ¦‹

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  5. I think inspiration can come from a wide variety of sources…something someone said or didn’t say…what someone did or didn’t do…even watching TV. My latest blog post was ripped straight from our local television news broadcast. Also, I wish I could meditate. I’ve tried. After watching monkeys swinging from the trees for so long, I get dizzy. Those little primates are relentless…and there are so many! Ha! I so agree with you about writing on a daily basis, though. And there’s no substitute for reading…unless you can no longer read. My husband who’s always loved reading now has a wrinkle in his eye, which is distracting and makes doing so difficult. He informs me that books on tape are not the same. *sigh* Great post, as always! Mona

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    1. True, honestly inspiration is like relatives can come from anywhere and whenever it wants πŸ˜†

      I do agree with him though, reading books just hit different then listening to them 🀠

      Have a fantastic day!!
      Butterfly πŸ¦‹

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  6. Great advice and nice post! Specially the Meditation part .. it really can change a person if you are suffering from anxiety or depression or stress and so many more. By practicing through meditation we can calm our minds 😊.

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  7. An inspirational post and interesting comments, 91 one of them as I am writing here. I am sure there will be more than 100 soon. You have given everybody food for thought. That is excellent. Congratulations, Butterfly.

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