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I am a big proponent of journaling. I carry a Moleskin leather journal with me everywhere I go and I jot down thoughts, ideas and feelings into this journal. I cannot begin to tell you how this creative exercise opens up my imagination to new ideas for work, solution to current roadblocks and life, in general.
Many people like to journal first thing in the morning -- either in their own handwriting like I do in my Moleskin journal, or on their smart phone, or tablet. The idea is to spend quiet moments with yourself and write out your thoughts. If you do it in the morning, it will clear the air, give you an opportunity to write out your frustrations and start the day fresh. Words are powerful, after all, and this action can influence important change in your life. This might sound like a self-indulgent activity, but it can be more than that.
Seeing a movie can be productive, inspiring, motivating and creative. When you go to see a movie -- and I enjoy seeing them by myself -- it opens up your mind and imagination to possibilities. The sounds, colors, action, stories and characters, are all potential motivators to remind you of something you can do to enhance your business and life. So, while seeing movies is entertainment, it is also a great way to open your creativity and imagination.
I have friends who are traditional artists, but tell me they never have time to paint anymore. You can surely find 10 to 15 minutes a day to devote to something you love. When painting a picture or any other type of artistic craft that you enjoy, you are tuning into your inner self and tapping into a creative well that will nurture and inspire you. That will help to inspire you further in your work. Then, do it. Strengthening your creative muscles will help you tune into your inner wisdom and will open your imagination to all kinds of possibilities.
Finally, I want to emphasize that daydreaming can be an important tool to opening your imagination and creativity. Sure, I imagine we all remember when we were in elementary school and teachers told us to stop daydreaming and get to work.
When you daydream, you take yourself out of the ordinary moment and open yourself to possibilities. And those new ideas and dreams can help you thrive in business and in life. So, start daydreaming today and enjoy those little moments of creativity. Entrepreneur Media, Inc. In order to understand how people use our site generally, and to create more valuable experiences for you, we may collect data about your use of this site both directly and through our partners.
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With a quirky cast of characters, vivid descriptions, and an adventurous plot, this engrossing page-turner is anything but boring. In Darkling Wood. Emma Carroll.
When she arrives, she learns of her grandmother plans to cut down the beautiful Darkling Wood, despite the objections of the community. Alice finds comfort in the woods, where she meets a friend named Flo, whom no one else can see. Alice confronts questions like, Are fairies real? Could they work magic to save their forest home? Could she save their home just by believing in them? Strange the Dreamer.
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Laini Taylor. Little, Brown. Orphaned as a baby and raised by monks, Lazlo Strange grows up to become a librarian devoted to stories and fascinated by the lost city of Weep. She and Lazlo meet in his dreams while he is on a journey to reclaim Weep and she is preparing to defend the citadel that has kept her safe. Broken hearts, rivalries, and vengeance drive the plot as Lazlo and Sarai are caught in the middle of an epic battle. Lesley Colabucci is an associate professor of early, middle, and exceptional education at Millersville University. Thank you for the comment!
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