Does it sound counter-intuitive to talk about creativity to stimulate your productivity?
If you’re anything like my wife, Dani, she used to always say to me that I’m the creative one; she’s not creative. After multiple instances of her creativity coming through with inspiring copy snippets and innovative ideas, she finally is starting to believe me.
This is a case in point that creativity comes out in multiple forms. Creativity does not have to mean writing short stories, drawing, painting, or sculpting. Those are traditional creative outlets and if you like any of those outlets, then go for it.
When you’re feeling overwhelmed or feel like you keep spinning your wheels instead of moving forward, take a creativity break to relax and rejuvenate your brain. If you’re not into the “artsy” form of creativity, it can feel like an impossible task to “be creative.”
Here are some ideas to get you started:
After your creativity break, now you can take a fresh look at your tasks, projects, and tasks. Are you staying on track, or do you need to refocus?
Review the progress you’re making and make adjustments.
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