"Two heads are better than one" - This proverb is first recorded in John Heywood's A dialogue conteinyng the nomber in effect of all the prouerbes in the Englishe tongue, 1546.
And it is uncannily true. Just explaining my problem to another person often results in some highly useful suggestions that I would not have thought of. Either because I am too close to the problem, or because we think differently.
I have built a collection of more than 100 tools and methods to help people to be creative.
These can be used solo, in pairs, in small groups or in larger groups.
The tools can be used for different goals:
Clarifying the situation