Creativity has a broader use than most people think. Men and women usually associate creativity with artists, musicians, writers, etc. Sure, creativity in these professions plays a far bigger role than in let’s say bankers or politicians, but even here a spark of creativity can solve some problem. On top of that, creative minds tend to be happier and healthier.
This all sounds fine and dandy, you might say, but how do I jump start my creativity? Well, that is a problem a lot of people have. Even artists suffer from creative blocks, not to mention people who haven’t used their creativity in a long time. Creative blocks are a bummer, but you need to think of creativity as a muscle that needs to be trained, fed, and worked on.
Of course, there will be moments when some great idea pops into your head out of the blue, but you can’t rely on such slim chances. Especially if your profession requires new ideas on a daily basis. Luckily, you won’t have to. This infographic has some great solutions for creative blocks and for how to build up your creative muscle. Plus, the art style is amazing.9.8k