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How to be More Creative at Work

For a lot of people it can be a bit difficult to remain creative at work. No matter what field you are in, chances are there are some areas where you need to maintain your creativity. A lot of people start out strong with their creative ideas during the start of the workday, and by mid-day they’re falling short. Let’s talk about some ways that you can remain creative throughout your work day.

One of the best ways to remain creative at work is by looking though different material which you may not have ever looked through before. This can be a magazine article, book or website. What you’re going to want to do is create a folder with articles and other bits of literature that you wouldn’t normally read and use it for inspiration. This will allow you to open up the way you think and experience new ideas. When you experience new things it will allow you to be much more versatile and creative. This can certainly do wonders for your creativity.

I can’t tell you how many times I’ve been half asleep in bed and come up with a great idea, only to have forgotten it by the time I wake up. It’s very important that you write down any idea that you think is interesting. It’s a great idea to keep a notepad with you at all times. A lot of people will let great ideas slip by just because they forget them, you can remedy this by writing it all down. You never know when you might come up with a great idea, so be prepared!

It’s important that you avoid burning yourself out by taking a break when you feel you need it. Whenever you start getting drained, just work on something else for an hour or so and allow your mind to cool down. More often than not you’ll come back to your other work with a new perspective that will allow you to approach things differently.

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