5 ways to boost your creativity
It doesn't belong to artists exclusively. We need it pretty much in everything we do. Not only in studies or at work but also in mundane tasks of everyday life. But because we live in a very fast-paced hectic world, we tend to rush things which in turn blocks our creative minds. The worst enemy of creativity is being in a hurry.
On the other hand, a relaxed mind opens the door to real creativity. At present, it is believed that relaxation can shift logical reasoning and the control it requires for a moment. In a state of deep relaxation, ideas, and even ready-made solutions of the subconscious minds are best found in our consciousness. Sometimes, creativity also takes time and brewing. Have you noticed that when you are trying to find an answer to a problem, and maybe after a week you just wake up, and you finally have a solution?
Time and rest are essential when we need to face challenges, to solve the problems or to come up with a new idea or a way of working.
Aside from time and rest, there are other ways to boost your creativity. These are five effective ways used by well-known people.
1. Go for a walk
As you walk, your blood circulation improves, so does your brain, your whole body, and of course, your mind gets oxygen, you feel better physically and mentally, and your creativity also increases. Walking is also suitable for meetings.
So, be like Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg or LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner, they regularly have walking meetings.
2. Do something you love
Love and creativity go hand in hand, so do something you love, like playing the piano, painting, dancing, or cycling. It will help