Nicholas Bate on RIG (Random Idea Generator)
During showers, in synaptic gaps and on walks along the beach with an excited dog, ideas are formed. The RIG (Random Idea Generator) embedded deep in your brain loves to engage but it needs space, a spark of stimulation and a little encouragement. It believes Less is More, Slow is Fast and There is Always a Solution. RIG will work in the rain, loves the quiet of a church and craves a nap. RIG is squashed, trampled and exhausted by e-mail over-load, notifications and conference calls. And RIG finds the bizarre bullet syntax of PPT debilitating. Love your RIG today.