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Destructive roles 
- The Aggressor - Criticizes and deflates the status of others
- The Blocker - Rejects the views of others
- The Withdrawer - Holds back and will not participate
- Recognition Seeker - Seeks attention, hogs the discussion
- Topic Jumper - Continually changes subject
- Dominator - Tries to take over discussion
- Devil's Advocate - Introduces different viewpoints 
Myths of creative thinking
- Every problem has only one correct solution
- If the solution would be so easy, somebody else must have done it already
- New solutions are more complicated
- The best solution is already found
- Ideas come when they want, we can’t force it

- Presumptions
- Rejection
- Lack of confidence
- Fixation
- Fear of being ridiculous
Creative mindset
- Constructive dissatisfaction, not accepting bad things
- Belief, that most problems can be solved or at least it’s impact decreased
- Ability to suppress criticism and judgment
- Feel pleasure when finding a problem, seeing it as interesting challenge anticipating to see it be resolved
- Most problems imply a possibility turning harm to benefit
But see also:
* http://www.nytimes.com/2012/01/15/opinion/sunday/the-rise-of-the-new-groupthink.html?_r=1&pagewanted=all 
"Author Susan Cain argues that modern society's focus on charisma and group brainstorming has harmed creativity and productivity by removing the quiet, creative process. 'Research strongly suggests that people are more creative when they enjoy privacy and freedom from interruption. And the most spectacularly creative people in many fields are often introverted, according to studies by the psychologists Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi and Gregory Feist. They're extroverted enough to exchange and advance ideas, but see themselves as independent and individualistic. They're not joiners by nature.'"

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