I’ve considered myself a creative person all my life – “It’s a gift.” I’ve been told that and believed it for a very long time.
But now that I TEACH creativity, I’ve learned a very important fact: creativity can be cultivated, even in those who believe they don’t have the gift. The fact that it CAN be cultivated means that in the end, creativity is more skill than gift.
So exactly can you become a more creative indivdual? The obvious answer is to practice more creative activities, but there are other ways you can boost your inspiration that may surprise you.
And as an added bonus: they’ll have a positive effect on the overall health of your brain too. As a woman of a “certain age” that’s something I can really appreciate!
In this article from BeBrainFit.com, you’ll find 10 ways to boost your creativity. Some you may consider obvious, but I’m certain some of them will surprise you.
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- Exercise 1: Mind Clearing
- Exercise 2: Inside the Box
- Exercise 3: Opposites
- Exercise 4: To the End
- Exercise 5: Unusual Answers