Workshop highlights key role of 'thinking upside down'
May 07 2017 09:31 PM
The workshop highlighted the skills of ‘thinking upside down’
The workshop highlighted the skills of ‘thinking upside down’


The Bedaya Centre for Entrepreneurship and Career Development (Bedaya Centre), a joint initiative by Qatar Development Bank and Silatech, has hosted a workshop titled, ‘Think Upside Down’.

The event was held in collaboration with coach Abdulrahman al-Abdallah at the Katara Art Centre Building 5 at Katara – the Cultural Village.

This workshop was held to highlight the skills of ‘thinking upside down’, which is considered an important thought process where sensory perceptions interact with experience and intelligence to achieve specific objectives.

This skill can also be used to get fresh ideas during the problem solving stage, as well as planning, development, and dealing with people while doing business or even for self-development.

Bedaya Centre general manager Reem al-Suwaidi said: “The think upside down skill is a tool that can be used to make simple plans. It’s a skill that we use randomly without realising that we are using it, and even without knowing how to use it and yet attain the objectives we set out to achieve. In collaboration with coach Abdulrahman al-Abdallah, we were able to highlight this skill and how they can be harnessed to elevate the way entrepreneurs think.”

During the workshop, al-Abdallah touched upon several axes such as brain parts, the rules of the mind and perception, the properties of thinking, and the obstacles or limitations of thinking.

He also discussed about the factors that cause depression, failure, and disappointment strategies. He also brought to attention factors related to negative thinking, how to brainstorm ideas, and implement them, as well as how to turn obstacles and problems into opportunities.

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