The genius of hiding within us can only be brought to life by the very things that make it work.Who would think that if we were watching videos of cute little animals, there was a mess on our desk, just as we had a positive effect on the development of our skill set? Ten tips to make it all easier.1. Just no complaints.
To the bitterness, it produces more cortisol, a stress hormone that significantly slows down the communication between brain cells.2. The messy table helps.
Genius has changed in chaos, and indeed, innovative, unexpected ideas are more easily surfaced if our environment is disordered.
It's okay to have clutter on your desk3. Kitten videos are useful.
Good-looking, fun-loving videos help relieve stress and make work more effective.4. Hand-woven fabric enhances creativity.
We are used to constantly playing, which may make it seem strange, but UCLA's research notes that making notes can stimulate conceptual understanding and make it more creative. 5. Sarcasm is the key.
Whether we consider ourselves sarcastic, or someone in our environment, such a thing, it is good for creativity.6. You can do some snooze wonders.
Our memory capacity is improved by short rest periods of up to 10 to 15 minutes of sleep. Now, two hours later, we are better remembered and alive to all the information. 7. A little break is always a must.
According to a recent study, every 52 minutes is worth taking 17 minutes to try to be as effective as possible.8. List the results.
Many people list their to-do list, but few list what they have accomplished or achieved. However, this will undoubtedly increase your productivity, so it's worth your while.9. Exercise enhances brain function.
Many people believe that reading and learning are the keys to our living minds, but the role of exercise is just as important. So much so that Alzheimer's can be avoided by regular exercise.10. It is worthwhile to look for a child living in us.
A free-thinking, playful kid with a big fantasy can help our inner child, sometimes an adult as well. A playful task for this is to look at ourselves from the perspective of a seven-year-old child;They may also be interested in:
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