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"Brain Power Booster Tips to Release Critical and Creative Thinking In You"...






by Terry D. Clark




Table of Content


Chapter 1. Definition of Creativity

Chapter 2. Are You Creative

Chapter 3. Integrate Creativity Into Your Life

Chapter 4. Creativity in the Work Place

Chapter 5. Nurturing the Creativity Within

Chapter 6. Oops! It’s Okay to Make Mistakes

Chapter 7. Enemies of Creativity

Chapter 8. Creativity-The First Cousin to Genius

Chapter 9. Left Brain, Right Brain

Chapter 10. Creativeness and Modify

Chapter 11. Babyboomers/Seniors & Creativity

Chapter 12. Zen and the Art of Impressive Maintenance


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Chapter 1

Meaning of Creativeness


According to Webster’s Vocabulary, the phrase creativity is creative or perceptive innovation. Creativeness is noticeable by the capability or energy to develop or carry into lifestyle, to invest with a new type, to generate through creative skills, to make or carry into lifestyle something new. When you create something, you are actually bringing it into being, developing it from nothing. But how do you develop something from nothing? How do you accomplish creativity? What is the substance of creativity?


Perhaps only miracles can explain creativity, that unexpected “aha!” time when it all comes together. Some have said that it’s something strange and confusing, perhaps challenging to figure out. Some have said it must be heavenly inspiration. Creativeness is basically considering the challenge's, and then doing what no one else has done before, sometimes developing absolutely new worlds. If you’ve taken a new strategy to a issue and it functions, then you’re using your creativity.


Creativity comes in many types. It can be scientific creativity, leading to technology or medical treatments. It can be creative or musical show, leading to amazing artwork, statues or operas and music. It can be composing/writing, leading to books, brief encounters and poetry. Creativeness can even be as easy as designs and artistry, such as needle hook artistry, string designs, and woodcrafts - things you create with your own two hands.


The important factor to keep in mind is that creativity contains generating the concept or idea, as well as implementing that concept and producing or manifesting the end item or outcome. Creativeness or creativity is a fundamental element of being an individual and distinguishes us from the animal kingdom. Carl R. Rogers said, “The very substance of the creative is its uniqueness, and hence we have no standard by which to judge it.”



Chapter 2

Are You Creative


Have you ever viewed five-year-olds at play? They are curious and

highly creative in their activities. They don’t know yet, what they don’t know. Their creative boundaries have no bounds; no one has informed them that they can’t do something. They’re courageous travellers, performers, or musicians; some are even comics in the making. They have not yet been forced to adjust and they think they can do anything and that nothing is beyond their abilities.


Research shows that every person is able of creative mindset. We have creative abilities that often appear very early in our daily life. Analysis has revealed that the common mature adult thinks of only three to four different ideas for any given situation, while the common kid can come up with 60. They have proven that as far as creativity is concerned, quantity is equal to top quality. Having the subjects compose a list of ideas, they have shown that the more longer the list, the greater the quality of the final remedy. The very best ideas usually appear at the end of the list.


Actually, creativity is meticulously into us as humans; it’s in our genetics - a aspect of our very DNA. Unfortunately, as we mature, the demands of having to become adults, go to university/collage, get a job, all seem to hold back our creative propensities. The stress of lifestyle, along with periodic problems, simply leaves us too exhausted to be truly creative.


But creativity is energy and is important to our well-being. Without creativity, our way of life become foreseeable, schedule, tedious, and pedantic. Thankfully we can all be extremely creative. Now I know you’re saying, “But I’m not at all creative. I can’t paint or play a note on a guitar, I don’t know one note from another, and

I’ve never been able to write worth-of-dame... And Poetry? Don’t cause me to experience laugh!”


Okay, so most of us are not Beethoven, DaVinci, Einstein, or Shakespeare. However, we are all creative in our own way. We basically have to identify our own exclusive abilities and expertise. Ask yourself these questions:


1. Are you regularly looking for new objectives, something new to



2. Do you like to look at what already stands-out and ask “What if?”


3. When you try something new and different, does it allow you to feel



4. Do you appreciate educating someone with a new skill?


5. Are you outstanding at solving issues?


-Then, pat yourself on the back please - you are a “creative” person!


Creativity doesn’t always result in a concrete item. Sometimes its ideas, troubleshooting, or teaching; but it is indeed, creativity in activity. Creativeness allows us to better ourselves, create attention, and increase our capabilities as well as those of other individuals.


When the potential for creativity satisfies the guarantee of skills, you’ve created contact with the creative spirit. There’s no stopping you continuing to move ahead now. You’ve received that display of inspiration, that “aha!” time of lighting, and you are prepared to take those creative risks.


Now, you’re probably thinking exactly what it is that you need to do to guarantee yourself of creative achievements. You do need certain resources and abilities to accomplish this process. First, you need a certain skills in whatever field you’ve selected to engage in your creativity in. If you have zero information in the place of science, odds are you will not make the next fantastic cutting-edge in medicine or develop the replacement for the rim or wheel so-to-speak. You must look for the place that is your

special attention and skills setting. Some skills is important for achievements.


The next device important for your achievements is the capability to think efficiently in your preferred place - being able to think about a whole world of possibilities. That contains the capability to convert things over in the mind until you find the answers. Dedication is needed - that determination to keep on dealing with a issue until you fix it. Know when to convert things -- inside-out and look at them in a different way.

You must know when to develop the procedure of creativity and when to let it relax in the mind until it’s prepared to fly completely free.


Another important device in this search for creativity is bravery - to be willing to take the creative risks and try something you’ve never tried before. You have to be ready to whatever new possibilities that show themselves to you. You never know when ideas will come.


Lastly, you must be passionate - the wish to be successful regardless of what. It doesn’t matter what the end award happens to be or what way of compensation you might receive. The desire is all that’s important - the want to make whatever works, regardless of what. Albert Einstein said, “Sticking to it is the genius.”


Most significantly, you must experience any creative risk with the brain of a kid. Child-hood is when creativity first comes to you. Will it develop or be stunted? You should work like a kid.


Children may not recognize it, but fun time is actually a learning procedure. It’s the brain’s favorite way to understand. The kid understands about mathematical, speaking abilities, music, and visible artistry during fun time. They understand to discover and they understand the excitement of finding. They understand about their own lifestyle and others as well. All these things are learning procedures as a kid.


So, is it real that kids are more creative than adults are? During the Industrial Trend, two century ago, this nation developed the academic program and began coaching individuals to be outstanding little employees and always follow guidelines. This didn’t leave much space for individuality or nonconformity in our thinking. Thankfully that today’s academic program, for the most aspect, allows kids to be more freethinking and inventive.


Childlike creativity should be analyzed and copied. Let yourself think that anything, even something incredible, is possible. This will help you create a creative connections. The non-creative mind says, “I can’t,” but the creative mind says, “I can and here’s how!” If you can see, speak, listen to, keep in mind and understand, you too can think outside the box. Never, ever say you’re not creative. Whatever you believe or disbelieve about yourself, you’re right.


How do you experience about being creative? Do you tie creativity to uncommon, arty, or flaky behavior? Do you experience dubious of those with that description? Or maybe you instantly tie creativity with extreme conditions of madness or psychosis.


-“I’m too down to earth to be creative!” you display.


Sometimes you are in ownership of information already known to the world  at large. The distinction is in your organization and presentation of those information. Perhaps your creativity can be discovered in your capability to take a space full of individuals and persuade them to purchase a car of their  choice -- today for a special price. Maybe you’ve saved your organization billions with only one concept. Ever settled a issue between your close relatives members or company? Guess what? You’re creative!


Maybe you’ve even been informed how skilled you are in a particular area; you may even know it to be really true. So why be shy about it? But what do you do about it? How do you go about releasing all that talent? How do you develop it?


Let’s get back to the concept of being more childlike, unhampered by lifestyle and stress. Let’s play! Get a illustrating pad and colored pens, and create some circles and designs. If you have kids of your own, grab one of their coloring books and multi-colored crayons, and join them in the coloring fun. Make things of incredible colors, just as kids do. Color outside the line too, way outside the lines! Find yourself some clay-based or Playdoh and start sculpting; it doesn’t have to be anything in particular; just have fun with it. Squish it, cut it, piece it, and then mash in all together again. Try developing forms with the clay-based.



-Now you’re saying your CRAZY, “What on this planet is the objective of all that nonsense about?”



Well, there is no objective, you just need to play, have fun, and be completely free. It’s amazing how much the brain will appreciate this ‘no purpose’ fun time. You instantly find out that you’re more relaxed. You may be even pleased at that moment. Even your respiration/heart beat is different while you’re enjoying fun time. Instead of the short, shallow breathing you take when you’re pressured, you’re now breathing deeply. You’re not experiencing the ‘fight or flight’ feeling. You’re completely relaxed. You need to force the problems and stress aside once in a while. Do not fear about issues or work deadlines, and just play, with no objective at all.


Just a few minutes a day of the ‘no purpose’ play time - can certainly develop a world of distinction in your creativity, troubleshooting, mediating, educating, or anything else that you do. You’ll soon recognize it’s a chance to take that abilities to the next level, so let that creativity come out more often and let yourself go. Stephen Nachmanovitch once said, “The strongest muse of all is our own inner kid.”


Keep under consideration though, that abilities is not enough. Let me say it again. You must have absolute passion and self-discipline to develop your creativity. You must be dedicated to make to your abilities surface.


What does the word creative allow you to think about? Spectacular art? Totally exclusive thinking? Interesting musical show composition? Unbelievable inventions? Have you let yourself believe that it’s challenging for you to be creative?


You may have let yourself become a creature of habit over the decades.

Have you criticized yourself to be not capable of creative thought? Perhaps you’ve been stuck in a rut or tedious routines, and you think that you couldn’t probably be able of change.


Now, think about how your daily life would be if you’re permitted to remain  efficiently, every day. You know you’re creative and skilled. What if the entire world around you treated you as such and you were permitted to develop that abilities, enhance your skills, and give your creative character the attention it needs and deserves? You’d believe in your own creative interests, be able of fixing any issue, and

embrace your own creativity as a aspect of your very life - one of the necessary elements to your pleasure and mental wellness. Keep in mind genuine entertainment is a key component in your creative life. Eileen Caddy said, “Live and work but do not ignore to play, to have fun in our daily life and really appreciate it.”



Chapter 3

Incorporate Creativeness Into Your Lifestyle


Okay, we’ve established the point that everyone is basically creative.

You’ve recognized the creative energy that you possess; and that creative energy must go somewhere or be applied to something, or you can find yourself disappointed and unsatisfied, without knowing exactly why. The advantages of adding this creativity to your lifestyle are numerous:


1. Self-confidence


2. Reduced stress


3. Inner peace


4. Better control of your life


5. Unbelievable fulfillment - at last, you’re showing yourself, discovering objective.


By implementing this creativity to all aspects of your daily life, you’ll find out even more advantages.


So, how do you implement your creative energy to your daily life? You implement that increased creativity to close relatives and relationship connections, to employment, and to your community