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3 Creative Secrets You Should Really Try

To give birth to creativity, the mind needs to be given a chance to flow. Listed here are 3 creative secrets that I have never ever ever shared with anyone, until now. This is the same stuff that business plans, songs, movies, books, solutions, philosophies, and all sorts of inventions and ideas are made of. Probe your mind by trying these three things.
  1. Spend an entire day listening to music you normally don't listen to. Talk about a mind-opener. Try it and you'll know what I'm talking about. Wells of creativity and fresh ideas will flow from you.
  2. Go to the library. Libraries are a gold mine of information. Take your time, walk slowly, and browse the shelves. Before you lies ancient knowledge and secrets that are so often overlooked in our present digital age.  The best thing is all of this information is FREE! Centuries of the world's most valuable information at absolutely no cost.
  3. Have a brainstorming session. Gather a friend or two (or more) and share your most creative and passionate ideas. Have a pen and pad nearby to document your findings. The possibilities are endless.
Try a combination of these exercises and I promise your thinking and creativity will soar. One essential truth to all creation is that you have to be willing to relinquish the old to embrace the new. Abandon your comfort zone and explore the unexplored. It's in all of us.


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