Creative dating idea


07-Nov-2019 11:34

And this one, in fact, turned out to be a winner (he can’t reveal it just yet.) “You need a feeling of safety within your team, to say what you think is stupid,” he says.

Pereira & O’Dell has employees from at least 10 countries, and that’s no accident: Brazilian-born Pereira believes a diverse group brings diverse ideas.

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Carve out mouth and eyes, then attach parsnip nose with toothpicks. Print hat template and trace onto felt; cut out tracing and assemble with hot glue.

Pereira has a near-impossible standard: He wants to come up with ideas nobody has had before.

“You need to go through that pain and write 10, 20, 100, 200 ideas.

After rejecting all of his team’s ideas for a recent project, Pereira asked if they had anything else.

One guy said, “Well, there’s one thing, but I thought it was stupid.” That’s when Pereira got excited—because the best ideas sometimes sound crazy.

“You have to be comfortable knowing that the same place that generated that amazing idea is capable of generating ideas that are even more amazing,” he says.

Working around stem, hot-glue one end of each husk strip to top of pumpkin; use straight pins to secure as needed.