Sometimes a situation can’t be solved with practical thinking rather can be easily solved with creative thinking.
Thinking creatively not only adds value to your life but also to the life of others. Translating your thoughts into beautiful work projects. Today, creativity is an increasingly sought-after quality well beyond the arts. Not only are employers targeting candidates who can generate and execute original ideas, studies have shown that creativity can boost productivity, as well as physical and mental wellness. Now more than ever, creativity is recognized as an essential skill, which can be honed.
Thinking open-mindedly gives you a reason to wake up every morning to start exploring new ideas and thoughts. It makes your life worth living.
To live a creative life you need to be specific about what you do and don’t let into your life. By saying no to things that don’t light you up and excite you, you’ll be making room for the things that do. You can’t do everything, so make sure the things you are doing are the very best for you and your creativity.
The way you define or frame your problem can limit your creativity. If you describe the issue you’re trying to solve in a different way, or look at it from a different angle, new solutions can emerge.
Another way to generate new ideas is to make new and unexpected connections. Some of the best ideas seem to occur almost by chance – you see or hear something unconnected with the situation you’re trying to resolve, and a lightbulb goes on in your head.
Creative thinking can lead to creative and joyful life