From the desk of Harvey Houlahan
The use of our imagination or original ideas to create something; this is our inventiveness or creativity. Creativity is the manipulation and stimulus of the world we see around us. It arouses inspiration and evicts discouragement. Creativity is the act of turning new and imaginative ideas into reality. Creativity is characterised by the ability to perceive the world in new ways, to find hidden patterns, to make connections between seemingly unrelated phenomena, and to generate solutions.
When being creative it accumulates much more energy to do so, this is exactly why people choose to not do it. But when creativity takes place it stimulates up to 30 times more brain cells and is proved to increase the chance of better grades in high school. This corroborates with the fact about trying new things makes you creative.
But academics aren’t the only way to improve your creativity, aerobic exercise is another key producer in ingenuity. Scientists noted that two hours after engaging in rigorous physical activity, it proved some of the most mentally fertile in a test through a 2005 study.
But to be productive you must have an appropriate sleep routine, but not to worry creative individuals have the shortest attention span and often talk to themselves.
So, next time when your writing your assignment, try something new cause you never know, it might bump you up to that next A.
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