A dream is easy to harbor but requires discipline and dedication, in reality. Most of the times it has been noticed that people make big plans but rarely execute them. While it’s not easy to set things into motion, it is not impossible either. We say, list down your ideas and then follow the following suggestions to help build long lasting creative habits.
- Always foresee the bumps:
It’s always better to anticipate potential roadblocks. You never know when you might get stuck due to multiple reasons, such as, a writer’s block or lack of inspiration. So when that moment arises do not get frustrated, rather focus on how to best cope up with it. What really helps is taking a day off to conquer the problem and start with a fresh mind the next day.
- Create boundaries to separate your personal life:
Treat your writing time and place as a sanctum. If you are in the middle of your creative time and you get calls from family, push this aside as long as they are not urgent calls. The best way to stay out of this is to keep social media away and phone silent whilst your creative side is at its best. This is a good way to keep distractions at an arm’s length and produce some of your best work.
- Don’t break the chain of thought:
The more time you put into your task at hand the more confident you get. Research is the first step towards your creative project which serves as a foundation and takes your work to great heights. So in order to not break the creative process, delegate some time every day to creativity even if it involves staring at a piece of paper . Eventually, seeing the number of days delegated to this at the end of every month, will thoroughly inspire you.
- Look for fresh insights:
In order to get a fresh perspective you need to let yourself free of your comfort zone and think from another space. It always adds to the same idea that you have been working on. Another really interesting way is by connecting with a new set of people and getting to know them. You just never know where your ideas get shaped into a success story.
- Reward yourself:
Positive enforcement drives you towards your objectives. Set goals and when you achieve them give yourself a pat on the back. Go for a movie, pamper yourself, buy your favourite book and make yourself feel like a winner. You totally deserve it!
Need some creative time out? We suggest follow these points, create your reality and then narrate your success story to the world. You are very close to it!
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