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Adopt a beginner mindset. Don't be a prisoner of your knowledge; get rid of the “I already know it” attitude. The world, humans and most things are too complicated to be understood fully. Free you mind from fixed ideas, judgment, prejudice, bias and suspicion.

Be observant, keep your eyes open at all times and enjoy making discoveries. Look at people, business, processes, nature and everything else like a complete stranger – they are all doors to inspiration and new discoveries.

Look for opportunities everywhere. There exist limitless opportunities in every industry, market or society – open your mind to discover them.

Think like a child – kinds don’t think in terms of limits, neither they erect barriers; they are open to limitless possibilities and are willing to explore them.

Be willing to try new things and analyze feedback curiously.

Open your eyes and mind to new insights, discoveries and inspirations. Develop serendipity – be prepared to make unexpected or accidental discoveries any time. Be curious and optimistic. Ask searching questions>>>

Adopt a mindset of continuous improvement – every part of your knowledge is not perfect and needs enhancement. Be creatively dissatisfied with the status quo to be able to spot hidden problems and opportunities for innovation .

Be willing to hear and consider new ideas. Be a student, listen with an open mind. Be receptive to different ideas or opinions of others.  >>>

Treat every problem as a dark box with an exciting opportunity hidden inside it. Turn on your flashlight – you positive mindset – to find it.  >>>

Treat every failure as a valuable feedback that helps you discover a better way.