The absence of limitation is the death of creativity. (Todd Henry, leadership consultant)
We’re often challenged to “think outside the box.” Henry argues that such brainstorming often wastes time considering options that aren’t even within the realm of reason. Having certain boundaries (“the box”) requires new thinking about what we’re already doing. That means we’ll have to be creative in seeking solutions to troublesome problems or revising routine practices.
Wise people think before they act. (Proverbs 13:16)
I have tried to stimulate your wholesome thinking and refresh your memory. (2 Peter 3:1)