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Applying Creativity to Problems and Issues

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How might you use the strategies for applying creativity to problems and issues in addressing this topic? I would use the novel approach with a few things, first I would use it to encourage readers to research each candidate, get all the facts available and second I would be sure to have both good and bad facts as part of the article its self not as part of the end of the article, however I do like the links to other articles that pertain to that issue. I would also try to improve what the writer of the article said; I think I would have added more about this year’s campaign slogan and what the president has on his to do list. I might even ask for reader comments, or their answer to a particular question. This would incorporate the reader’s views and help me to appeal to them more. I would also try to redefine the first campaign to show how while not everything that was promised has been done, progress has been made, and we are still moving forward but we have to give things time, none of this happened over night and it is not going to be fixed over night either. Most importantly I want to be sure that I present facts but in a way that sounds like me actually saying it, I want to give it my twist of creativity. •How might you use the strategies for promoting curiosity in addressing this topic? Why do you think these strategies might be effective? The first strategy I would use for promoting curiosity is to drop the assumptions. I would be sure to take any assumption and set it aside, have all the facts, and use words that are not only creative but clear and to the point. Losing my pride would be next because I have to be willing to admit that I do not know everything and that my answers might not be right but they are my opinion. I also have to be willing to hear the answers of others and keep in mind they are also entitled to their opinion. I might also be willing to tell my audience how something I thought I was right about was wrong and how I found that...

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