Creativity is something we all have difficulty with from time to time. In a recent study, as few as 1 on 4 people felt they were living up their creative potential. Individuals blamed lack of time, the education system and pressure in the workplace to be more productive as the main reasons for this.
Whilst it is true that our creativity tends to peak very early (around 5-10 years old), we are not doomed to a life of creative block. The latest findings in neuroscience suggest that we can learn to be creative by experimenting, exploring, questioning assumptions, using imagination and synthesing information.
Gathering together the latest findings in scientific research, interviews with thought leaders of today as well as anecdotes from history, the folks at Spirit Button look at nine ways in which you can reliably work to improve your creative output.
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