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The Workshop Book by Pamela Hamilton

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CHAPTER FOURTEEN

Creating ideas that build on past successes

‘It is only in our willingness to persist in the face of fear, judgment and the unknown… that we give opportunity for our creative and innovative ideas to be realized.’

Jonathan Fields

Use for: looking to the past to inspire new ideas

If you are leading a workshop that builds on past successes, be careful to design inspiration that goes beyond what has always been done. People find it easy to shy away from doing something new in case it doesn’t work and lean towards doing something that has been done before. New ideas and directions can build on past successes, but people need to have an eye on the future and consider how to maintain that success.

The workshop objective: ...

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