Sometimes the simplest approach trumps all

A friend passed me this link to a short video called “29 Ways to Stay Creative”. I liked it so much, I thought I’d re-post it here. What I find most compelling about the video is the way it distills a book’s worth of information into a couple of minutes of bullet points. I have seen these suggestions before, the difference here is in the brief and elegant expression all of them together. The video is basically a visual flow-chart for a book on staying creative. If I were writing such a book, I would use the 29 Ways in the title as chapter headings and then give simple exercises and illustrations to encourage my readers to put this into practice. Anyway, enjoy the video, and stay creative!

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