How to Unleash Your Creative Thinking

How to Unleash Your Creative Thinking

How to Unleash Your Creative Thinking
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People seem to have the misconception that only a select few can unleash a steady flow of creative genius. That is not true at all.

Creativity is very much like a muscle that needs to be exercised in order to give out significant results. If you don’t practice harnessing creative thinking, this skill will very much atrophy into inexistence.

But keep working and this skill will soon come to you in a snap.

So how do you unleash your creative thinking?

Suck Everything In

The first thing is to become a human leech. No, I’m not talking about sucking the blood out of every living thing available.

I’m saying that you should take in as much knowledge and learning as you can find. Read everything available — regardless if it’s good or bad - and keep your mind open to the infinite possibilities of the universe.

The more you know, the more you’ll want to know, and the more you’ll exercise your faculty of wonder. Prepare to be amazed at minor facts that add a bit of colour to your life.

Persistence Pays

Focus on a creative activity every day. Yes, it’s an effort.

Even doodling is a creative activity. Let nothing hinder you.

For people who are just starting out to unleash a bit of creative thinking, it is helpful and encouraging to have concrete evidence that, “hey, what I’m doing is getting somewhere.”

So why don’t you try it?

Practice drawing for a couple of minutes each day. 

Or bring out your old camera and start snapping photos.

Or keep a journal and write in it religiously.

Or write by describing something with your five senses. It helps you to avoid vague adjectives like “marvellous,” “amazing,” and “delicious.”

Or... well, that’s up to you. Insert your ideas here...

Do it and before you know it, you’ll have built yourself a nice little portfolio, and it’ll amaze you at the growth you’ve undertaken after amassing all those works of art.

Who knows, you might actually take to liking those things you do every day. Pretty soon, those things will become a part of you and you’ll need these creative exercises.

A Little New, and Often

Think outside of the box — or don’t. Sometimes, constraints are actually a good thing.

Limitations encourage you to work within your means. It enables you to be more resourceful.

Creative freedom is great, but limitations enforce discipline.

Nonetheless, try something new every day and let your experiences broaden your perspective.

Explore a new district in your neighbourhood. Spend an afternoon in a museum which you’ve never been to before. Chat up someone on the bus. Whatever - just think outside your boundaries, then act.

That’s where the growth comes from.

As you thrust yourself out of your comfort zone more and more each day, your sense of adventure grows, and so does your zest for life.

Think about it. When was the last time you did something for the first time?

If it’s been a while, I tell you, you’ve been missing out on a lot of experiences that could’ve added to your growth, emotionally, mentally, physically, or spiritually.

Why don’t you try one new thing today? I’ll leave it up to you to decide what.

Not only will you learn, but you will also have plenty of stories to share, enabling you to practice your storytelling skills.

“Only those who attempt the absurd will achieve the impossible”

M. C. Escher said that. So embrace insanity. No, not to the point of admitting yourself into a mental ward.

As John Russell also once said, “Sanity calms, but madness is more interesting.”

Most creative thoughts can initially seem like insanity to other people. Luckily, that didn’t stop history’s creative geniuses from achieving works of wonder.

The thing is, sanity or being normal confines people to think... well, normally. Within limits.

Creativity is essentially breaking through barriers. Yes, this includes the bizarre and the downright strange.

I’m not saying that you yourself should develop an extreme creative personality. That might go haywire.

An example of a creative personality would be George Washington, who often rode into battle naked, or James Joyce, who wrote “Dubliners” with beetle juice as he had an intense fear of ink.

Or Albert Einstein, who thought his cat was a spy sent by his rival!

Perhaps don’t let your creativity get you completely detached from reality, but you never know, it helped these great people 😉

Go Forth and Prosper

I hope this article has inspired you to think beyond your “limits.” If you follow these steps, pretty soon you’ll be living a life full of interesting adventures.

Unleashing your creative thinking will bring about a new zest for living life.

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