Business leaders and creative types, take heed: Boosting creativity is as simple as going for a walk, according to behavioral and learning scientist Marily Oppezzo. She presents research showing how a leisurely stroll can improve brainstorming, especially if you follow five tips for optimal benefit. getAbstract recommends this short, instructive talk to anyone trying to generate new ideas, whether a major industry disruption, a minor innovation or a fresh approach to outsmarting the competition.
In this summary, you will learn
- How walking helps you brainstorm better and
- What five tips will help you maximize the creativity boost of your next stroll.
About the Speaker
Behavioral scientist Marily Oppezzo teaches medicine at the Stanford Prevention Research Center.
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