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Here is an article from Louis Chew. The title is, "Become the creative you've always wanted to be by embracing these seven habits."
First let me interject. I love finding information the internet. It is full of creative possibilities.
We usually think that creativity is limited to a select few. But we can get around this concept and investigate how to open this world up.
The first habit is to steal like an artist. A good artist knows that nothing comes from nowhere. Ideas for inspiration comes from many different sources. Good work, takes time and repetition, comes from many different sources, and this is made into what we create individually. So the world is up for grabs with ideas to steal from.
The second habit is always be researching. I have been doing research for these articles. I have found it fascinating. So to find something worth stealing, we need to look in the right places. So keep looking until you find the best ideas. When you find a good thinker, keep researching this person. And then when your looking, find the people that like this way of thinking also. Get up into the branches until they are thin.
The third habit is to enter new domains. Be open to new ideas and responsive to changes. As Abraham Maslow observed: He that is good with a hammer tends to think everything is a nail. Keeping open to new ideas and things, can keep you on the up side of creativity and keep your business going.
Enough for today. More tomorrow.
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Hello, my name is Dana Lee Collins M.A.,L.P.C. I am a psychotherapist that has been trained in the art of neurofeedback. This science helps to heal the brain of trauma. I am dedicated to helping people heal.