Want To Be More Creative? Learn How To Do It!
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Want To Be More Creative? Learn How To Do It!

Some people may think they do not have a creative bone in their body or they lack imagination. While you may believe people are born with these qualities, it is possible to improve your creativity and imagination. All you need to do is follow a few simple steps.

Today we are looking at how to build creativity. Read on for more information.

Change Up Your Daily Routine

One of the best ways to enhance your creativity is to change up your routine and look at the world from a different perspective. Take a walk in a different neighborhood or head out on a weekend trip away to a new location. You’ll get all sorts of new ideas just by removing yourself from the status quo.

Keep Mementos and Journals

Keeping things from your travels and writing a diary is a great way to infuse influences and experiences into your creative thought process. By keeping reminders of pastimes, they will stick in your mind for longer, informing your imagination further.

Try to Be Resourceful

While money can buy a lot of things, the absence of money can often force you to be creative. For example, if something breaks - try to fix it rather than buy something else. When a lack of funds restricts you, you can give your imagination and creativity room to grow.

Your Phone Can Be Your Best Friend and Worst Enemy

You can download many apps on your phone that’ll expand your mind and spark your imagination. For example, Nerdish has many articles on various well-researched and captivating subjects. However, you should also limit your screen time; nothing kills creativity like mindlessly scrolling through your social media feed.

Give Yourself Deadlines

Deadlines may sound ominous, but they can also give you a kick up the butt and get your brain into gear. Set goals and make sure you achieve them by a certain time. This will prevent procrastination and increase creative thinking.

Say Yes to New Opportunities

Whenever somebody asks if you want to do something - say yes more than you say no. A positive outlook and willingness to try new opportunities are good ways to find creative inspiration and freedom.

Speak to Other Creatives

If you work by yourself, you can quickly get bored. Instead, try to build a network of other creatives who can introduce you to new influences and push you to develop your style and thoughts. A creative network cultivates an ecosystem of imaginative thinking that encourages innovation.

Don’t Be Tempted to Conform

While conforming with those around you may be easier than being yourself, you still need to maintain your individuality and personality. These two factors are the foundations of creativity. Don’t be afraid to be unconventional; this is usually where the best ideas start.

Final Thoughts

As you can see, there are numerous ways you can be more creative. Consider implementing any of these suggestions into your life and see if it improves your creative process.

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