1.Think for a half hour a day exclusively on one subject. You can start off by thinking about a single subject for five minutes a day, then increase the period daily until you reach a half hour.
2.Write a letter or speak for 15 minutes without using the words I, me, my and mine.
3.Have someone doodle a line for you, then challenge yourself to make a variety of cartoons based on that one line. Don't resort to drawing faces, though--those are usually too easy!
4.Take a familiar outline and challenge yourself to come up with drawings that could fit within that outline.
5.Combine ideas. Choose two random objects, and describe each one in detail. What does it look like?
6.Keep a journal, describing everything you do and feel with metaphors.
7.Write a list of basic questions, such as 'What is your name?', 'Where are you from?', What did you do last Thursday?' Try to come up with at least 10 questions.
8.Play word association games. It helps to have someone willing to play along, but if no one will, you can do this alone.
9.See how long you can talk (and make sense!) without using a common word, like 'and','but', 'the' or 'that'.
10.Try to jot down a few ideas every day. They may be dumb, or they may only seem dumb.
2009-12-27 17:33 编辑：kuaileyingyu