Here are the three last point to adopt a creative vision.
6. Propels yourself in the future
Fabulate about what will be “the tomorrow.”
See how you could improve your surroundings. Anticipate what could change for the best. Have an “I want to be able to ——” mindset.
7. Cultivate your seeds
Come back on your ideas. Keep rotating so every little seed could flourish. Don’t let them on their own, they need nutrients and some fresh water almost every day.
Press “refresh” on your mental inventory, stay up-to-date with your ideas.
8. Don’t let yourself dry!
I would say that being creative is a status more than an actual characteristic of a person; creativity could be described as a full-time job. You can certainly become better at it; it is all about experiences and real applications. There are the lows and the highs; it comes and goes. What is important to understand is that it isn’t given at birth; it is the commitment to that way of living, that is being creative.
If you tell me today that you are not a creative person, I would tell you that you are your own limitation toward your development of it. Trust me, you will become creative the moment you will actually try to be creative.
To make it easier for you, I strongly recommend you let your ideas flow freely. Have your brain work at any time. Don’t let dead-ends stop you; an idea never dies unless you actually don’t let it exist.
The key to creativity is to continually be in the quest of “Finding the best idea”. Never stop doing, whatever you think, makes your brain stimulated. Don’t stay focus on dead ends.
Keep up your great work! Stay stimulated and keep moving forward.
I am sure that if you follow this creative vision you will enrich yourself and your creativity.
I do want to mention that “vision” does mean long-term in this situation. It is the combination of time and repetitions of those exercises that will lead to the best results.
Bring yourself to the edge of the box and jump!
see you out-the-re(box),
May the “force” be with you