Daydreaming for a better Africa
Daydreaming helps expand new ideas developing better solutions for Africa.
How does an idea come into being for a better Africa?
Daydreaming produces ideas and ideas come before business innovation. Daydreaming keeps our minds active while helping us manage life and be creative. Africa's community of entrepreneurs is growing and new ideas and innovations are vital.
This liberating idea of encouraging daydreaming is radical. However, creating designs and solutions for collaborating with other thinkers on how to make Africa self-reliant is not radical but essential. The idea for self-reliance comes before action. Those who take action before having an idea are unprepared and thus find themselves lacking.
Our minds constantly flip from one thought to another and one type of daydream to another. New knowledge is being created about food security or environmental management for Africa.
Daydreaming is the gateway to creativity, problem-solving and boosting productivity. Daydreaming creates new spaces for collaboration and innovation, daydreaming is an essential cognitive tool.
When you are daydreaming, your mind naturally cycles through different modes of thinking, and different areas of your brain are involved in a completed tango. Our brains are built to daydream. Daydreaming keeps our minds active while helping us manage life and be creative. Ideas shape action, daydreaming is the gateway to creativity, problem-solving and boosting productivity for a better Africa.
You must be a part of cultivating innovation around the clock. Many innovators jot down ideas that pop up throughout the day. Daydreams are your source for ideas when daydreaming; you can visualize the idea, mimic events, and are free to look from every angle.
You get ideas from daydreaming, projects start as ideas, ideas and drive turn into action and action creates change for a better Africa. Daydreaming is just the first step on the long path to successful innovation.