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"For creativity, what you really need is looser, less focused thinking - and that seems to come with slight engagement in an undemanding task."
This is backed by a brand-new study presented by Jihae Shin and Adam Grant where their results showed that people who took a few short breaks tended to come up with far more creative ideas than low- and high- procrastinators.
Thus strengthening the idea that moderate levels of distraction can unleash innovative thinking.
A person’s belief and expectation that they are capable of completing a task.
When we don't trust the fact that we'll be able to complete a task (with good results), we're more likely to procrastinate.
A Eureka moment, also known as that "Aha!" moment, is that sudden realisation that you found a solution to a problem.
Eureka loosely translates to "I have found it!" It is that sudden clarity you feel at solving a puzzle or understanding a problem. Eureka moments appear out of nowhere when you are not consciously thinking about the problem.
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