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8 Ways To Boost Your Creativity

An inspiring short article by Dr Jennifer Howard...

No matter how much we enjoy what we are doing in our life and in our business, there are times when we all find ourselves in need of a creativity jump-start.  Here is a list of tactics that you can use when you simply need a little creative jump-start. 

  1. Bring an object of beauty into the room in which you are trying to be creative that inspires you. Choose an object of art or flowers that you find inspiring.  

  1. If you are trying to jump start writing or painting a picture, look outside at the landscape or some bright colors to shift your energy and focus.

  1. Read words of inspiration. Find your favorite book that inspires you and open it to a random page. Before you do this, ask for guidance and whatever you need to hear for the day.

  1. Look at what you’re working on upside down. A new, fresh perspective can get your mind going. So, turn your paper, notebook or picture sideways or upside down and see what new things you notice and what ideas pop forth.

  1. Try using your non-dominant hand. When you try to use your non-dominant hand, it engages the other side of your brain and sparks start to fly!

  1. Get up and move, stretch, take a walk. Exercise of any kind stimulates the right and left hemispheres of our brain and helps increase our focus and creativity.

  1. Be silent. First you might need to allow your chatty mind to wind down. Sometimes the simple act of first making a to-do list helps the mind and nervous system wind down. Then sitting in some type of silence and meditation helps reach that deeper place and stimulates creativity.

  1. Dig deep inside yourself and think about what are you passionate about right now. What is your impulse? What is your driving force?  What must be said? What are you aching to say or do?  What wants to spring forth?  Just start writing your ideas and thoughts.  Don't try to formulate sentences or paragraphs or worry about punctuation.  Just let the ideas flow freely from you.  The simple act of not being confined by writing standards can allow many ideas to spring forward.

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25 Quick Tips to Improve Your Brain

1. Invent and share a refreshing solution to a stubborn work problem – solve a  difficulty that leaves you bored or in a rut at work. Brain fact: Boredom is more a habit formed in brains, and shaped by daily choices,  then stored in brain as a reality.

2. Uplift your work area with natural lighting.  Brain fact: Environments influence brainpower, and a healthy workplace inspires people to transform problems into solutions.
3. Thank a fellow worker for a personal accomplishment.  Brain fact: Well being comes partially from and is fueled by serotonin chemical hormones that accompany acts of kindness.
4. Give somebody the gift of forgiveness, and let go of a grudge. Brain fact: Anger, fear, and frustration  are fueled by harmful cortisol chemical hormones that come with rancor.
5. Propose alternatives to an annoying habit or flawed practice.  Brain fact: Venting is bad for the brain and creates new neuron pathways to many  more  complaints.
6. Act like the person you want others to see in you, and that person you’ll become. Brain fact: Dendrite brain cells use the outside world to take their shapes, and grow new connections based on what you do each day.
7. Vary your background sounds so that you add music for more motivation. Brain fact: Music changes brain wave speeds in ways that impact moods and alter your productivity.
8. Stir curiosity and engage others around you.  Brain fact: Lectures and talks work against listener brains, and benefit speaker intelligence only, while failing  to benefit from listener insights.
9. Shift routines up daily with lived diversity. Brain fact: Hebbian workers rewire daily for ruts and routines that kill incentives, limit focus or even shrink their brains from stress.
10. Include differences as assets.  Brain fact: Common diversity training tends to fail participants  mentally,  by painting inclusion as a deficit model – rather than as assets added through differences.
11. Sleep well in order to perform well. Brain fact: Brain waves can bring either sleep or peak performance, based on how you activate and manage them.
12. Research and open mentally to new and different ideas daily. Brain fact: Hook even difficult facts onto one thing you know and learning increases in less time.
13. Change on regular basis.  Brain fact: Your brain’s basal ganglia stores old facts and creates ruts, while working memory holds few new facts and leads change.
14. Survey and engage more strengths. Brain fact: Multiple intelligences are common to all, used by few, and can be cultivated daily with regular use as mental tools.
15. Create rather than criticize. Brain fact: Cynical or critical mindsets literally block creativity, limit talent in you or others, and stomp out innovation.
16. List key facts as guides and reminders.  Brain fact: Memory can be outsourced to help you remember more, and to free your mind to focus fully on tasks in the moment.
17. Inspire novel young ideas. Brain fact: Plasticity enables people of all ages and backgrounds to rewire their brains in ways that prosper from young and agile acumen.
19. Encourage yourself and others often.  Brain fact: Encouragement changes the chemistry of a brain through raised serotonin, and ratchets up tone for profitability.
19. Communicate with care, openness and honesty. Brain fact: Meta messages destroy relationships through implications that  differ from actual messages spoken.
20. Integrate projects from ideas and people across many fields. Brain fact: It often takes an integration of  hard and soft skills to solve problems with the brain in mind.
21. Relax and practice letting worries go.  Brain fact:  Stress literally shrinks the brain, and anxious tones in communication act as silent brainpower killers.
22. Seek genuine and lasting relationships at work. Brain fact: Greet  colleagues through speaking people’s names, to offer spike in well being or awareness in person’s brain.
23. Risk innovative progress,  one step at a time.  Brain fact: Inspire creativity and invention through teaching others cutting edge approaches, at the same time you develop them.
24. Collaborate for stellar solutions. Brain fact: Create new neuron pathways through collective brainpower,  to facilitate democratic  solutions to workplace  problems.
25. Celebrate gender proclivities. Brain fact: Women’s and men’s brain differ biologically and intellectually, for instance,  in ways that few optimize.
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