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Article: 18 Habits Of Highly Creative People

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Here’s another one of those fantastic (for me anyway) articles coming at you via my Flipboard reader. It’s titled: 18 Habits Of Highly Creative People. It’s written by Carolyn Gregoire, Senior Health & Science Writer for The Huffington Post.

I figured I’d give a linking here on WordPress seeings how I get to interact with so many amazingly creative people like… well, like YOU, for instance!

If nothing else, I invite you to take a look, those of you curious about the habits of highly creative people. See how many of these habits you utilize in your daily?

If you do, why? If you don’t… well, why not?

http://flip.it/NKTED

Posted by K’lee L. @ Obzervashunal

22 thoughts on “Article: 18 Habits Of Highly Creative People

  1. Interesting, thanks for sharing! I have actually never thought about as “habits”, but quite a few of these 18 fit right into my creative routine. I always get this question of how you do it, can you give me some advise, where your ideas coming from and so on, this article has the answer “I connect the dots” but don’t ask me where the dots coming from.They are already on my sheet invisible but I CAN see it, so I take my pencil and I’m in “the zone”, out of nowhere it appears. I can’t force creativity if it is a must, that is presetting me for failure, a total disaster and waisted paper! I work on my on hours, night is what fits me, actually I don’t even have the perception of “time” if I create, I’m getting sucked into a void so deeply where everything ceased to exist including time. Love it, love to be in the zone is a wonderland of the most beautiful kind. Outside that zone I daydream, observe all kind of things, love people watching and many more from those 18 habits. I believe every creative human being works out a “habit” they go by, on the end the most important thing is to express yourself. The article puts it in the right perspective “Creative expression is self-expression”, an internal desire to express is the motivation, add inspiration which can come from anything, anywhere, anytime and imagination as tools to accomplish connecting the dots!
    I really enjoyed your article about “habits”, made me think and take a closer look at my own “routine”, once again thanks for sharing, you always add something interesting to my day when you post!

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    1. I’ve been a fan since its inception years ago. One of the cool thing you can do is create your own magazines built up from articles you find. It also can instantly link to WordPress, helping you do what I did with this article.
      Connectivity 2016… Ya gotta love it!

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        1. Curious: How do you want to plug your blog? I’m thinking if you want people to find and check out your blog work via Flipboard, yes, it’s a do-able thing. I had hoped WordPress would by now allow the same sort of link to Flipboard that it does to say Twitter or Facebook, but alas, not yet!
          Still you can share articles and mention the name of your WordPress alias for others to find. Hope that answer helps?

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          1. Yeah, I was wondering if it was any use as a sharing platform. I’ve posted some of my posts onto a board called Diary of an Internet Nobody and followed and liked lots of stuff. I’ll start using it a bit and see what happens. I barely have time to read three blogs I follow already, but I’m sure I’ll find something to interest me.

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          2. I know with Flipboard, the integration with WordPress, Twitter, Facebook, and others was instantaneous. Tapping the plus icon at the bottom of any article gave me the option to either share the article or construct a full on post in WP and add the link to the article. This I like lots…

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          3. …It’s the people who deflate their opinions of themselves who potentially decrease the likelihood of the Universe answering their wishes… in my humble obzervashun! In other words, keep on seeing that Freshly Pressed happening and it will…

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