Everyday Magic for the modern human
Joined Jul 17, 2020
We wrongly assume that being creative means being an artist, writer or painter. Solving creative problems, inventing new technology, being better at communication, and saving time with innovative measures all come under creativity.
We were taught in school that creative people are right-brain thinkers and analytical, problem-solving minds were using the left side of the brain. The truth is not so simple, as creativity comes from both hemispheres.
Most of us cannot stay still, as we were never taught to be at one place and do nothing. We have heard about the benefits of meditation, but start to wiggle if we try it even for a minute.
Our constant need to juggle and multitask has made it impossible to do anything solo. We need a distraction to help us with our main distraction, like listening to music while reading, or watching TV while surfing Twitter.
With modern technology and resources, it is much easier to live in another country. However, there is more to consider than just packing your bags.
Each country offers a different introduction to expatriate life that should be carefully considered, such as vetting visas, health care, school tests, banking and taxes, and staying connected.
Not everyone achieves top-level success. There is far too much competition, noise and fragmentation in the world for everyone to shine through.
A lot of people are unique and highly skilled, but not everyone makes it. The key to being seen and heard in this noise is to be genuine, authentic and able to express your true self.
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