Five Easy Tasks To Awaken Your Inner Creativity – Infographic

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Five Easy Tasks To Awaken Your Inner Creativity – Infographic

Five Easy Tasks To Awaken Your Inner Creativity
Five Easy Tasks To Awaken Your Inner Creativity




People generally tend to think that creativity is something that one is born with, and not something that can be trained or nurtured. This could not be further from the truth. Like with everything else people do, creativity needs some practice to become better.

But unlike most other skills people possess, creativity seems to be something more abstract than, say fixing a car or knowing how to plant a tree. These examples, like many others, are more practical and give off the impression that they can be learned, whereas creativity is something having more to do with how the brain works. Well, both types of skills work on the same principle, and there are ways of kick-starting it inside your brain.

Here are five exercises you can do to put your creativity muscles to work and begin to see the world and everything in it in a more creative way.

 

This infographic was researched and designed by the good people at WriteMyEssays, who wanted to help people in developing their creativity and waking it up from its long slumber.

The trick is to challenge yourself to see both yourself and your surroundings from a different angle. To do that, you will need some time for yourself, while you’re not engaged in social media or any other forms entertainment that keeps your brain from forming its own original ideas. When was the last time you asked yourself some questions about yourself, life? You might be surprised at what your brain is willing to share with you if you let it.

As you’ve seen in the infographic, creativity tends to lessen with age. But the thing is that this is not a must – it’s just how our man-made world functions at the moment. But if you’re willing to take some time to spend with yourself, you can tap into your inner-child and rediscover the beauty that was your childhood but with the added bonus of actually being transitioned into you as you are now. In other words, you can become a kid again, all the while adapting those skills to the information and way of thinking you’ve acquired since the last time you were creative. Have fun!