Note from Mike: A common question I get asked is how to generate good stock ideas. This applies to job seekers looking for a good interview stock pitch all the way up to seasoned stockpickers. Alistair Clark is with us today to talk about how to structure our days to get more good ideas to pop into your head. I even learned some new tricks from Alistair, so I hope you enjoy.
Are you trying to break into a career the buy side?
Are you struggling to come up with creative stock ideas that will make you stand out in interviews?
Information overload could be to blame.
Not only does constantly consuming information leave you physically and mentally exhausted, it can also kill your creativity. And when you're pursuing a career where a few creative stock ideas can be the difference between succeeding and failing, then this is a huge problem.
In this article I'll dig into how information overload affects your creativity, and present a solution for sparking game-changing creative ideas without having to hit the "mute button" on the rest of the world.