Optimal Creativity Time May Not Be Your Optimal Cognitive Time

See on Scoop.itSociety, Life and Creativity

Many of us consider ourselves either a morning person or a night owl — times when we feel more productive, awake and think better. However, not …

susanna oreskovic‘s insight:

It stands to reason that our intellect may get in the way of our creativity. So why not do your creative work when you’re not at your peak brainpower. Your mental guard is lower and you may surprise yourself in what may come out. Try it.

See on www.lifehacker.com.au

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