The rise of Coronavirus has made Change a necessity in our daily lives.
Feelings of desperation motivates urgency in us. Our way of life, what we eat, how we work, plan our future and interact with each other?, needs to be a more sustainable lifestyle. Our lifestyle must maintain a balance between us and nature. We do not have a moment longer for change to take place.
Inspiration can be light, elevating and quickly vanish if action is not taken to sustain it. Creativity is all about finding new ways of approaching situations. This skill isn’t restricted to artists, musicians or writers. It is a useful skill for people from all walks of life.
Here are five ideas to improve you’re creativity:
Spent time outdoors. Being in natural settings ( green spaces, e.g-gardening, outdoor activities) taps into all five senses, energizes the body and stimulates the imagination.
Write you’re ideas/ thoughts by hand. Skip the technology and pick up a pen and paper instead. The whole experience of writing by hand can get creative juices flowing.
Exercise. Regular activities such as yoga, pilates, running, walking can positively affect you’re performance and creativity.
Don’t stress about perfection. Putting pressure on yourself can make it harder to create anything at all. Everyone’s creativity is different, Just try your best and see what happens.
Spent time alone. Hanging with friends can boost creativity, but sometimes a little peace and quiet is necessary as it can help you be in touch with your own thoughts and improve focus.
Inspiration to change arrives with a feeling of what else might be possible, and self doubt can come rolling in on the question of “how am I going to do this?”.
Challenges always come up, and discipline will push you to complete you’re tasks.
Discipline means freedom and happiness. It gives you the ability to do what you want because you know you can learn how to achieve any dream you set your mind to. Discipline teaches you how to control your thoughts and how to be happy in any situation.
”Strength and growth come only through continuous effort and struggle.”
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