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Why You Should Keep an Open Mind

Hey there! AmyK here.

Watch AmyKism #91 for a quick reminder on what NOT to do in your next brainstorming session.

To staying open to possibility!

Hugs,

AmyK

AmyK Hutchens
AmyK Hutchenshttp://www.amyk.com/blog/
A former executive of a billion-dollar global consumer products company and awarded the Vistage UK, International Speaker of the Year, AmyK is a dynamic, energetic catalyst for driving businesses forward faster. With 100+ presentations per year, AmyK travels the globe sharing with executives, influencers and go-getters HOW to confidently & competently navigate their toughest conversations without saying something they regret, giving their power away or damaging their relationships. With humor, insight and experience she engages and inspires audiences to master the The Power of Profitable Conversations. Learn more about AmyK at www.amyk.com. Follow AmyK on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter at @AmyKHutchens.

1 COMMENT

  1. Hi, Amy K.
    Good reminder. Thank you. One ‘rool’ for brainstorming sessions: ANY negative comments or remarks will see you on the OTHER side of that door. We are here to FLOAT ideas, NOT sink’em.

    From a stage play for which I did the lighting and sound back in the mid-’90s: “An open mind? Is that holes in the head?”

    I’ve never forgotten that and have always tried to keep few holes open in my head ever since. Did it before that too but that added a new dimension to it.

    Just my 0.02.

    You have a wonderful day. Best wishes. Deas Plant.

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