Discover your innovative corner

Alexander Hold Thinking

The most of us are in some way or another creative, someone more than others, but in theory everyone has an equal opportunity to discover the next big thing. However you can do many things to improve your creativity, and an exceptional large amount of people have been writing books on the matter. Some books better than others, but in general a lot of interesting approaches has been discovered to increase your skill level of creativity.

Today I went for a walk and found a nice spot with a great view of the ocean. I sat down on the rock and tried to find my inner peace. It didn’t take long before I started thinking all sorts of abstract thoughts, but it came down to the thought: “where do I think the best?”

The question might be asked in another saying: “where do I develop the best ideas?” But the key point is to realize where to be, and what to do for discovering the next big thing. A bit wondering on the topic and I realized that the question was a bit more difficult to answer than first anticipated.

Looking at where I usually pick up ideas and suddenly get ideas, the number of places represents a wide variety. To find inspiration for ideas I see it as important to get out and meet people. Without the influence of others and the world around, it is hard to come up with relevant ideas that can change the world and be profitable in a modern market place. These influential experiences are essential and must be seen as a vital part of discovering the next big thing.

Usually the idea is not developed in the moment it is discovered and it needs to be prepared thoughtfully. That process and that place is what I am looking for. For where do I thing about the ideas that I have picked up in the city?

I was sitting on a rock with a beautiful view of the ocean. All I could hear was the sound of the wind blowing and the waves beating against the rocks. Besides that everything was silent and no noise from the world around could penetrate the natural shield of wind and sea. Naturally I started wondering and I challenged myself mentally. Looking at the environment that made me think one thing is recognizable: “Silence”

A place where I have noticed that I develop the most of my ideas is when the head hits the pillow. Characteristic for this spot is again: “Silence”. Thinking about that the moment just before I fall asleep should be the spot where I develop the most of my ideas, makes sense. After a day full of impressions and experiences my head is loaded with thoughts that need to be sorted and manipulated. In that process new ideas come to life and ideas picked up during the day are being looked through thoughtfully. Knowing that my bed is an essential place for me to development ideas, I can plan to get to bed in proper time and not to be too exhausted, so I fall asleep in no time.

I think that I might have found my spot, where no noise is breaking my thoughts.

Have you ever thought about your ideal place for developing of ideas, and have your found your spot for thinking? If you have found your spot then share it with me and others, so we all can be inspired and expand our horizon. If you have not yet thought it through, then spend some time finding your own ideal spot for revolutionizing the world.

Important is to notice that Ideas don’t spring from nothing and that environmental influence is essential for developing of ideas.

What is a QR code? and What to use it for?

QR code is a two dimensional barcode that can contain Website URL’s, phone numbers, e-mail addresses, and other personal messages.

What are QR codes?

Have you not yet created your QR code and have you not yet thought about what to use it for? Then it might be about time to get started.

QR stands for Quick Response and were developed by the Japanese company Denso-Wave . The system was developed to be used in car production, where robots automatically could identify spare parts. The QR system however does have other functionalities, which are now entering the western world after have been huge in Japan for many years.

What to use QR codes for?

When it comes to use QR codes it is about being innovative, because there are extraordinary opportunities with this system.

In Japan where the system has been used for many years, the QR codes are to be seen everywhere in the public space. Imagine billboards which today contain limited information, will with a QR code could contain unlimited information. Simply access your QR reader on you smartphone, point at the billboards QR code and you will access the website concerning the particular happening.

Another interesting place to use the QR code is on your personal card. I tend to get my QR code printed on my card for enabling the receiver to access my website with a simple point from a smartphone. In addition to other cards, it might have a refreshing effect on the receiver, which will make your card more valuable.

QR Code
QR Code

In the nearby future we can expect to see these QR codes printed on products in the supermarket, where the consumer with a cellphone will get access to information about the particular product.

Why QR codes?

The need for information in our society has grown, since the arrival of the internet. And now is a technology so cheap and easy to use available for everyone, which makes it logic to implement it in our society.

This is my QR code, and it leads the way to this website

Aarhus Business College

Aarhus Business College

Aarhus Business College from 2006 to 2009.

At Aarhus Business College I was studying Innovation, which contained of: business economy, marketing management, and innovation. Of cause all the obligatory subjects plus German as firth language. Further I upgraded my mathematics for highest level. Additional I took media class to learn about how video is the new picture.

Doing the three years I went on 3 study trips. I was selected specially for one of them – a trip to Berlin, Germany where I was stationed in the company InSystems Automation GmbH, where I experienced the German work mentality.

I graduated in 2009 and went strait to the Aarhus University.