How about that "sex tip" headline?
I've been trying to write snazzier headlines, but it is an accurate headline. There IS a sex tip that WILL boost your strategic thinking through multiple strategic thinking exercises.
The Sex Tip
The June 2014 "Girl Next Door" column in Men's Health magazine includes a letter from a guy worried he and his wife have reached the dreaded sexual plateau in their relationship where nothing is new.
Of course, he wrote to the "Girl Next Door" columnist, Madeline Haller, for advice.
She recommended he and his wife sit down individually with two blank sheets of paper. Each of them is to take a few minutes to write at least fifteen sexual adventures of interest they have never tried previously. They are to then exchange pieces of paper and cross off things they weren't prepared to do until they had a new bedroom (or elsewhere) to-do list agreeable to each of them.
Strategic Thinking Exercises from a Sex Tip
I was immediately taken with turning the response into multiple strategic thinking exercises for pairs or groups of individuals to identify, mutually approve, and implement new ideas.
Just as easily as a married couple, organizations or individuals within organizations in strategic relationships could use this technique to identify new, mutually-beneficial initiatives. It also provides a different spin on tired, old strategic thinking exercises for prioritizing large numbers of ideas.
The response from the "Girl Next Door" also inspired an idea about creating a 64-idea field of potential initiatives and using a college basketball single elimination format to pick winning and losing ideas from among a large pool of possibilities.
So yes, it is possible for a sex tip to boost your strategic thinking.
You just have to be on the lookout for new ideas all the time, no matter whether they are far away or right next door! - Mike Brown
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