The Literature on Creationism, I mean Creativity

"More productive my..."
It seems that each afternoon, when I rummage the courage to boldly venture 'where no one has gone before', the galaxy of social media, it seems like I'm always dodging black holes of disinformation and surfing away from supernovas of 'the next greatest thing'. #cornball fryer.

My recent favourite is the cosmic catastrophe that is the seemingly endless bombardment of interstellar gamma rays from the "being more productive" universe. Really people? We have some pretty amazing tools these days. Perhaps the answer is: in an iconic, monotonous and mechanical police officer tone (not to be misinterpreted as Hal)... "Put down the phone and step away from the caffeine...DAVE". Truth is that everyone knows what works, it just feels so good to pitter the day away...right? I mean honestly, who doesn't love monkeys?



Either way, lessons from the pros of productivity conclude differently. An unwavering dedication to a simple morning routine, saving socializing and exercise for the afternoon, as well as a step-by-step mentality to project development seem to be well supported in the literature.

What is your morning routine? Can you write it down if asked to? Try it and then try to stick to it for a few days. Who knows...you might just start smashing them daily goals!

Okay...fine...here is the monkey video. "Smell ya later"

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Cycling in a Toque: The Literature on Creationism, I mean Creativity

Saturday, 14 September 2013

The Literature on Creationism, I mean Creativity

"More productive my..."
It seems that each afternoon, when I rummage the courage to boldly venture 'where no one has gone before', the galaxy of social media, it seems like I'm always dodging black holes of disinformation and surfing away from supernovas of 'the next greatest thing'. #cornball fryer.

My recent favourite is the cosmic catastrophe that is the seemingly endless bombardment of interstellar gamma rays from the "being more productive" universe. Really people? We have some pretty amazing tools these days. Perhaps the answer is: in an iconic, monotonous and mechanical police officer tone (not to be misinterpreted as Hal)... "Put down the phone and step away from the caffeine...DAVE". Truth is that everyone knows what works, it just feels so good to pitter the day away...right? I mean honestly, who doesn't love monkeys?



Either way, lessons from the pros of productivity conclude differently. An unwavering dedication to a simple morning routine, saving socializing and exercise for the afternoon, as well as a step-by-step mentality to project development seem to be well supported in the literature.

What is your morning routine? Can you write it down if asked to? Try it and then try to stick to it for a few days. Who knows...you might just start smashing them daily goals!

Okay...fine...here is the monkey video. "Smell ya later"

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