10 Quick Things You Can Do to Reboot Your Creativity
- Go to TED.com, scroll down to “Not sure what to watch?” section, fill in the number of minutes you have at your disposal, and click Suprise me!
- If you are in the office, grab a cup of coffee and go outside alone, stretch a bit, find a good spot and spend 15 minutes focused on the clouds passing by, the birds flying, busy people running around.
- Wander around YouTube and watch a few sketches from Monty Python’s Flying Circus
- Start watching Douglas Adams: Parrots, the Universe and Everything, and then eventually let it run in the background…
- Give John Cleese a chance, because his talk on creativity is one of the most amazing things you will ever hear.
- Now here is a quick one: Four or five minutes of the best Al Pacino will definitely get you moving.
- Surround yourself with good stand ups: Eddie Murphy, Richard Pryor, Robin Williams … and the Lord himself — George Carlin. You can even find most of it on YouTube.
- Take a piece of paper, get yourself 5 words and draw the first image they generate in your head.
- Close your eyes, put your headphones on and play something from Johann Sebastian Bach. If that doesn’t get you going, give Sergei Rachmaninoff a shot.
- Spend half an hour browsing 9GAG. Random funny stuff will definitely release the pressure and let you reboot.
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