7 Ways to Improve Your Creativity

To help you on your creative journey, consider the following suggestions:

Many great accomplishments began with a modest, inventive idea. Consider donating some of your greatest ideas so that others might benefit. The more inventive you are, the more ideas you will come up with. You can be creative even if you don't think you are.

I've known a few people who were hesitant to use a computer for the first time. They felt more at ease as they got into it. They were willing to take a chance and make some errors. As a result, people were able to study and do things that they would never have been able to do without the assistance of a computer. Coming up with game-changing ideas and being creative happens in the same way. Everyone has the ability to be creative, but they must be willing to take the first step. The creative process will become more natural with time.


To help you on your creative journey, consider the following suggestions:

1. Jot down your thoughts on whatever is most convenient and comfortable for you at the time. What is important is that you jot down your ideas. I've forgotten thoughts that came to me while strolling in the past. I now bring a digital recorder with me on those hikes. I occasionally use my computer, a notepad, or a journal. Choose what works best for you, and make sure you have a mechanism to capture your ideas at all times. You never know when an important thought will strike you.

2. Don't limit yourself to ideas that seem plausible. Make a list of all your thoughts. Even those that appear to be unattainable are significant for a variety of reasons. To begin, what appears tough to you may not be impossible for someone else or somewhere else in the future. Second, impossible ideas generate more innovative ideas, which are more likely to be implemented.

3. Alter your surroundings or location. A change of scenery can help to stimulate your creativity. A simple alteration could be as simple as staring out a window. You can also visit a new location, such as a park, beach, or retail mall. A new environment can foster new thoughts.


4. Read widely on a wide range of topics. It's surprising how many things on a completely different topic may spark fresh ideas. You boost your creative potential by broadening your knowledge in other areas.

5. Take a walk. Walking has given me some of my best ideas. This is true for any moderate activity. Others I've known have walked or jogged while writing articles or presentations.

6. Concentrate for 10-15 minutes at a time. It does not take long to generate some potential ideas. Actually, brainstorming works best in short spurts. Spend a few minutes brainstorming as many ideas as you can to solve a certain area or problem. Then, for the rest of the day, jot down whatever comes to mind (see recommendation # 1). You will have a variety of things to consider for a minimal investment of time. One of these individuals could develop into a valuable asset in terms of supporting others.

7. Take a step back and look at the big picture. What question are you addressing in order to elicit ideas? The larger the question, the greater the potential global influence of those ideas. You can start by resolving minor difficulties, but don't limit yourself to that. You have a unique experience, expertise, and talents that you should use to help others on a large scale.

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If you follow these tips, you'll be well on your way to coming up with ideas that have the potential to change the world. Don't let a lack of creativity keep you from developing and donating your ideas. Begin immediately.