Friday, February 7, 2014

Embrace Creativity; Here's How

The more creative the project, the more we need to work on it first. We have been trained to get the small stuff out of the way first and then work on bigger projects. While this may work for some people, it doesn’t do anything for those in the creative field. Creativity requires you to think more than just working on data entry tasks. Thus, putting small tasks first eats up the energy needed to work on creative projects. Make sure you are starting your creative tasks first and working on them right away.

Studies show people do 90% of their best thinking outside the office and early in the morning or late at night. Schedule your creative tasks accordingly- preferably early in the morning.

Turn off the electronics. We are trained now to ignore people as they talk to us in order to check our cell phones now. Not only is this rude, it is a way to debunk our creative juices and tendencies. If you have to work on a creative project, ditch the cell phone and other electronic devices.

Until Monday,

Twyla Garrett

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