September 10th Swap Ideas Day

We all have good ideas, sometimes we know how to drive them ahead and sometimes we don’t, sometimes they can be made even better by sharing them with someone else to make them even better. By sharing ideas and getting someone’s input, we can create something even better than what we started with. Of course, it suffers your ego a bit but the idea is getting the best results. The other benefit is that they may see uses for our ideas we never thought of! We all have different perspectives and see things slightly different than each other. In film and television they have writing teams because they know they will get a better script if they get the input of several people. So swap your ideas with someone else, you will probably improve both thoughts by coming up with a third version neither of you would have ever thought of alone.

How to celebrate – Join a think tank. Share your thoughts with friends. Help someone make their dream come true.

February 27th No Brainer Day

Today is a day you don’t even have to think about, hence it requires no brains at all. In fact, you don’t even have to think about anything today. Naturally that may get you into a little bit of trouble but what the heck, to not have to think is worth it. In fact, the entire world might be better off if we all stopped thinking for a day.

It seems like maybe we would all be better off if we did stop thinking for a while. When the entire world thinks, that’s when the troubles begin. The day was created by Adrienne Sioux Koopersmith. (Now there’s a name you have to think about just to say!) She is an Eventologist, whatever that is. And according to Insight Magazine out of Washington, DC, she is the best Eventologist there is. The day was created in 1995.

It seems appropriate that a day that requires no thinking comes out of Washington, DC. There is so little thinking that goes on there anyway.

How to celebrate – Move to Washington, DC where thinking is not a requirement! Try not to thinking today. Wait… don;t you have to think about not thinking?