The BrainRace is a technique that combines motor skills and spontaneous idea development. In a race, the goal is to develop and write down as many ideas as possible.

The BrainRace is a fun and sporty competition in which participants compete against each other. Each runner must be as fast as possible

write ten ideas on a sheet of paper. The readability of the ideas is then evaluated by a referee. Unreadable ideas fall out of the evaluation.

The principle behind the BrainRace is to eliminate prolonged thinking and activate brain activity through increased physical exertion. Ideas should be allowed to be spontaneous, intuitive and also devious.

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