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‘Creativity’ at Psychology, Philosophy and Real Life
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Fans often ask successful writers where they get their ideas. In my experience, many answers are less than useful. But I believe there is a definitive, general, and useful answer to the question of how to get great ideas.
Most of our electronic devices never really turn all the way “off” anymore. Have you noticed that people are getting that way too?
What does a raucous dance club filled with high-volume electronic music have to do with the near-silence of a therapy session? Quite a lot, I’ve come to find.
In a quest to become more efficient, organized and productive, I’ve come to understand that achievement requires more than just “buckling down” and “cranking it out.” Lasting success in complex, creative work takes three distinct kinds of effort.
Time has a special meaning for mental processes. Understanding the tempo of thought can help you think better.
What can creative people do when opportunities to work are so scarce? Follow these steps, and take your project from inspiration to presentation. Make technology work for you as you enable yourself to succeed.