InventHelp Headquarters – http://bit.ly/2EDxfov. When we talk of inventions which have either touched or changed our lives, we often praise the inventor for “thinking out of the area.” How do these people think within the new invention idea by thinking out of the box? Is it possible for as well as me to do it too? To know this we have to know what the “box” is with the intention that we can think beyond it. The “box” is the way things are, and ways in which we have been tutored to view things. There’s lots of factors which determine during we look at things. Thus the first step to start thinking beyond the normal is to identify and challenge our own views and perceptions.
The entire process of challenging preconceived notions, established norms and usual assumptions is a very powerful and creative way resolve a problem, because walking on the much-treaded patch is safe, though lackluster. For instance, when you think about a domestic air-conditioner, which are the assumptions? Cooling, auto switch off, silent, it has to run on electricity, along with. What if someone thought of ways to manufacture an air-conditioner which ran on something else which is more organic and saved on power consumption? Another way to think about a new invention idea is to think the very absurd. One needs a extremely open mind for this as the process can both be fun as well as irritating. There could be hundreds of completely absurd solutions to a problem, but one of them could be a genuinely new invention idea. Focus on a “what if” question and you will a little surprised at the number of absurd answers you could arrive at.
There is a literal way of thinking out of the box and that is to emerge from your home or office and watch the way people live, behave and communicate. The story from the shoe salesman comes to mind. This man went to Africa to sell shoes, a country where people never wore them. By thinking out of the box, he thought about the idea of selling his first pair a few curious buyer by highlighting its heat resisting abilities and ensuing comfort to his feet. The shoe salesman soon opened shop and became a uniform. There are many stories like this and as the saying goes, you can actually sell a refrigerator for Eskimo, provided you can invent some way to convince him of its utility.
Concepts like division, subtraction, temperature control, colorful all trigger great invention ideas; make a large table foldable produce more space for utility purposes; deter two legs from another to enable faster cleaning; add color to domestic utility items come up with them inter-changeable; ideas like these will flow once you think deeper and harder at the common daily objects and concepts for new InventHelp Inventions will be a knock away!