How to Cultivate Your Imagination

“Ideas are, at their root, combinatorial. New ideas are combinations of two or more old ideas.”

In a recent issue of the Weekend Reader newsletter, Maxwell Anderson explains how to cultivate your imagination.

He suggests there are three principles of imagination including that overload is the enemy of imagination, ideas at their root are combinatorial, and ideas happen when you aren’t thinking.

Then, he breaks down how to account for these concepts and use them to bolster your imagination.