It’s nearly the end of the week and if you’re reading this, you’re probably looking for some extra ‘oomph’ to keep you going. So without further a-do we’ve found another infographic for some more great creativity boosters.
29 Ways to stay creative
Here’s a summary of some of our favourite points with a few tweaks:
#2. Carrying a notebook: We’re a firm believers in this, ideas don’t always come when you’re sitting at your desk. Ideas usually tend to be partly made up from our own experiences, and half of these will not be in a stuffy office. We’re not saying to think about your work constantly, just make sure you make note of those little gems that catch you off guard. If you don’t carry a notebook write a note on your phone or take a picture.
#27. clean your workspace: We half believe in this one. Clean? – Yes that’s obvious, but try pinning a few good pieces you’ve found to your desktop or pin board on your desk if you have one. Like we said before, our surroundings and experiences can be a major influence to your work.
#9. listen to music: Music can be great to drown out the hubbub in a busy working environment, especially when executing writing tasks a good set of noise cancelling earphones can keep you focused. Try finding songs without lyrics for extra concentration.
#12. Get feedback: This could be an opportunity for praise and provide a real boost, also a fresh pair of eyes is great if you’ve been working on something for quite a while. Remember that you should always be able to take criticism and explain your reasons for doing what you’ve done.
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