Saturday, June 27, 2015

Musing: The 18 Habits of Highly Creative People

Dean Reinke
Deans’ Stroke Musing
Wednesday, January 28, 2015

If we are going to solve the stroke medical problem WE are going to have to be incredibly creative. Does your doctor fall into these categories at all? Is your doctor a visionary or a caretaker? See the link The 18 Habits of Highly Creative People.

While there’s no “typical” creative type, there are some tell-tale characteristics and behaviors of highly creative people. Here are 18 things they do differently.

1.    They daydream.
2.    They observe everything.
3.    They work the hours that work for them.
4.    They take time for solitude.
5.    They turn life’s obstacles around.
6.    They seek out new experiences.
7.    They “fail up.”
8.    They ask the big questions.
9.    They people-watch.
10.  They take risks.
11.  They view all of life as an opportunity for self-expression.
12.  They follow their true passions.
13.  They get out of their own heads.
14.  They lose track of the time.
15.  They surround themselves with beauty.
16.  They connect the dots.
17.  They constantly shake things up.
18.  They make time for mindfulness.

Fully fleshed out at the link.

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