This ends week four and our course, Cracking the Creativity Code, part one, Discovering Ideas. In this summary session I'd like to ask you what have you learned, what have you implemented, and how have you changed? The basic idea behind our approach to creativity is that creativity is an acquired skill and it improves with practice. We hope to empower you to believe, even if you feel you have lost your creativity, you're working in a job where you're expected to do the same thing, where ideas are not welcomed, where ideas are regarded as troublesome. We hope we've inspired you to reignite your creative powers. We hope we've led you to believe that every human being on the face of this Earth has enormous potential creativity. It's just that many of us don't use even a tiny fraction of our imaginative powers, and we can greatly improve these powers with our neuroplastic brain by exercising and by continually working on being creative. We tried to teach you a structured method for coming up with an endless stream of creative ideas. We call our motto zoom in, zoom out, zoom in. This approach combines convergent and divergent thinking. It begins with zoom in, convergent thinking, focusing on a real problem, identifying a real need. Don't start from the what, start from why and the who. Who needs this, and why do they need it? Zoom in on the problem, learn everything you can, do a deep dive. Discover every possible fact. When you feel you really, truly understand the problem, inside out, thoroughly, then you do the zoom out. You take the imagination elevator the the 989th floor. You scour the world with your telescope, looking for possible things that could possibly be solutions. Looking very, very far afield, places where people maybe don't always look. Looking for that clue, that single clue that can crack the problem, and meet the need in a practical and efficient way. And then take your basket, your shopping basket from the 989th floor and take it down to the ground floor. Put your feet on the ground after your head has been in the clouds. Put your feet on the ground. Start to work out, how can we make these ideas, these wild ideas, how can we make them practical? How can we make them feasible? Zoom in, zoom out, then zoom in again. And you may need to do this several times with great courage and great persistence. And continue doing this until you crack the problem, until you come up with the bar code used all over the world now for scanning products that simply make people happy. Creativity, creative ideas that are novel and useful, make people happy. And it's a matter of great satisfaction to make people happy. Making people happy brings meaning to our life and we do this by using our creative imaginations. So we hope you found some value in our course. We look forward from hearing from you. We want to hear from you ways to improve it, your own experiences, your own ideas you've come up with in all of the discussion forums that we've made available. This ends session ten, but I'd like to give you a short preview of the second course, the followup course, Cracking the Creativity Code Part Two, Delivering Ideas. I'll give you a short preview. So creativity involves discovery and delivery. Discovering ideas and then delivering ideas, making them happen. So in part two, which will be a course offered on demand, I'm going to talk about how you need to get three numbers correct in order to make your idea happen, the price, the cost, and the value. We need to manage tradeoffs in working on our solution, our creative idea. We need to have a competitive strategy. What is a competitive strategy? We need to build a learning organization. We need to learn and create an organization that is constantly out and learning. We need to scale. We need to take our imagination and create a solution, and then make it available to the widest possible number of people in the shortest possible time. We need to know something about money, about financial reports, about cash flow. We need to talk about social entrepreneurship. What if you want to implement your idea, not to create a profit making organization, but simply to create value for solving a social cause or a social need? How do we communicate our ideas with other people? How do we a build a team? What is a business plan? How do you construct a business plan? How do you write a business plan? So please join us for Cracking the Creativity Code, Part Two, Delivering Ideas. And I'll show you some useful and simple tools in our four weeks together on how to take your ideas and actually make them happen, using the principles of management, business, and good organization. Once again, thank you very much for taking our course. I appreciate it. I appreciate your energy and your participation. Look forward to seeing your videos, solving the global challenges, and especially look forward to having you join us for Cracking the Creativity Code, Part Two, Delivering Ideas. Good bye.