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Biographies and how-to guides from other fields can be wonderful sources of inspiration.
What might you gain from reading about and emulating the morning routine of a favorite athlete?
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In disciplines with which we are familiar, we tend to approach our projects with a sense of our approach already established.
Explore novel experiences that require close attention and intensely focused thought.
In a business or creative setting, a monoculture has its own risks, as we habitually turn to the same sources, people and habits for new ideas. Over time, these ideas can take on a similar, predictable taste.
You can build a cross pollination habit through simple, regular practices.
Go on a weekly "artist date", where you feed your inspiration by looking at something artistically nourishing and stimulating.
For example, If you are a writer, you might go for a walk in an arboretum on Monday mornings.
Whenever I have a problem I just sing, then I realize my voice is worse than my problem
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Take sports, you will probably spend an hour playing 🏸 but run away from gym because you and your mind enjoy the activity of playing not working.
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Two perspectives can help to develop self-knowledge.
Top creatives isn’t dependent upon motivation or inspiration, but rather it follows a consistent pattern and routine.
Here are some examples of how you can apply ritual and routine to get motivated:
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