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Introduction:

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Bright people know it’s a myth that only highly intelligent people are creative. Research shows that once you get beyond an I.Q. of about 120, which is just a little above average, intelligence and creativity are not at all related. That means that even if you’re no smarter than most people, you still have the potential to wield amazing creative powers. So why are so few people highly creative? Because there are bad habits people learn as they grow up that crush the creative pathways in the brain. And like all bad habits, they can be broken if you are willing to work at them. Here are eight of the very worst bad habits that could be holding you back every day.

You Don’t Daydream:

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The first step to thinking up great ideas is to give your brain time and space to do it. That means daydreaming. When you were a kid, you probably did it all the time. But as you grew up, people told you to pay attention and stop daydreaming. Now, research shows that daydreaming is essential for creative thinking. It’s when your brain makes connections between disparate ideas and comes up with original solutions. So if you want to be more creative, make sure to schedule some time each day for daydreaming.

You Don’t Take risks:

One of the biggest barriers to creativity is fear, fear of failure, fear of embarrassment, and fear of looking foolish. But the only way to have truly great ideas is to be willing to take risks and put yourself out there. You have to be willing to fail and to look foolish sometimes to achieve something amazing.

You Don’t Make Time for Play:

When was the last time you played? I don’t mean playing a sport or a game, I mean playing like you did when you were a kid. When you play, you let your imagination run wild and try new things without worrying about whether they’re “good” or not. This is how children learn best, and it’s also how adults can come up with their best ideas. So make sure to schedule some time each week for play. It doesn’t have to be much, an hour or two will do.

You Don’t Stimulate Your Mind:

A lot of people think that to be creative, you have to be born with a “creative type” of the brain. But that’s not true at all. The truth is, anyone can be creative if they stimulate their mind in the right ways. And one of the best ways to do this is through brainstorming. Brainstorming is a process where you come up with as many ideas as possible without judging them. This allows your mind to make connections between ideas that it wouldn’t have made if you were only thinking about a few ideas at a time.

You Don’t Practice:

Like anything else, creativity is a skill that you have to practice to get better at it. And the more you practice, the easier it will become. So make sure to set aside some time each week to work on your creative endeavors. It doesn’t matter what they are, as long as you’re actively working on something.

You Don’t Get Out of Your Comfort Zone:

One of the best ways to jump-start your creativity is to get out of your comfort zone and try new things. This could mean anything from traveling to new places to trying new foods, to learning new skills. The key is to push yourself outside of your comfort zone and into new and unfamiliar territory. This is where the magic of creativity happens.

You Don’t Sleep:

Sleep is essential for creativity. When you sleep, your brain consolidates all of the information it’s been taking in and makes connections between different ideas. This is why you often have your best ideas right after you wake up or in the shower because your brain has had time to make those connections while you were asleep. So if you want to be more creative, make sure to get a good night’s sleep.

You Don’t daydream:

The first step to thinking up great ideas is to give your brain time and space to do it. That means daydreaming. When you were a kid, you probably did it all the time. But as you grew up, people told you to pay attention and stop daydreaming. Now, research shows that daydreaming is essential for creative thinking. It’s when your brain makes connections between disparate ideas and comes up with original solutions. So if you want to be more creative, make sure to schedule some time each day for daydreaming.

You Don’t Take risks:

One of the biggest barriers to creativity is fear, fear of failure, fear of embarrassment, and fear of looking foolish. But the only way to have truly great ideas is to be willing to take risks and put yourself out there. You have to be willing to fail and to look foolish sometimes to achieve something amazing.

You Don’t Believe in Yourself:

The final barrier to creativity is self-doubt. A lot of people think that they’re not creative because they can’t think of any good ideas. But the truth is, everyone has good ideas, it’s just a matter of whether or not you believe in yourself enough to act on them. So if you want to be more creative, the first step is to believe in yourself and your ability to come up with great ideas. Only then can you unleash your creativity and achieve something truly amazing.

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