How To Have More Fun By Being Creative

You are not limited like a super computer because your brain is not limited and that's where creativity comes from - your brain. 

It doesn't come from thin air, it comes from within you and you already have the tools needed to exercise it.

So, the first thing is to begin absorbing as much information as you can every day. 


Grab as much knowledge and learning as you can find. 

Read, watch, and listen to everything available -- good and bad. 

 
Don't judge anything at this point of development because it's not the content that is important, only the process of absorption. 

Keep your mind open to the infinite possibilities that each piece of information presents.








 The more you know, the more you'll want to know, and the more your brain will be exercised.

Prepare to be amazed at little facts that add a bit of color to your conversations with people. 

They will begin to see you in a new light.

Next, focus on a creative activity every day. This is as simple as doodling. 


Doodling is a creative activity. Don't let anything hinder you. Just doodle away, mindlessly. 

You will unleash a little bit of creative thinking and it will be encouraging to see something you created. 

In addition to doodling, practice drawing something specific for a couple of minutes each day. You might unleash the artist in you.

Or, grab a camera and start snapping photos of anything and everything. 


 Don't try to be "artsy,” just snap away! You might find you have a knack for photography.

Keep a journal and make a point to write in it at the end of each day. Describe your experiences using words that capture your five senses. 


What did it smell like, taste like, feel like - you get the idea? You may discover a writer lurking in your brain.

In a short time you'll have built yourself a tiny portfolio or doodles, art, photographs and writings and you'll be amazed at the growth of your creativity. 


You might actually enjoy those exercises so much that they will become a part of you and you'll be addicted to them.

You've heard it said - Think out of the box. Well, not just yet. 


Be aware of constraints or blocks to your creative process. Constraints are actually a good thing. 

It's your brain telling you it needs more knowledge about that which you are struggling. 

Constraints are the brain's mechanisms to force discipline upon you. 

Discipline forces you to be more resourceful. 

Creative freedom is great, but limitations are too. There must be balance.

Who knows, your idea might be the next great idea to change the world.


Have a wonderful time.

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