Jun 24, 201309:24 AMMind Your Business
with Corey Chambas
The knee bone’s connected to the … creativity bone?
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So as I’m recovering from my knee surgery and away from these tools I took for granted, what I am realizing is that there is a need not only to de-stress in our busy business lives, but also a need to create a regular environment for creative thinking. This may include physical activities like running, swimming, hiking, etc., or with more contemplative activities like meditation or writing.
If you’re not already doing this, I encourage you to think about establishing a regular practice that helps you calm and stimulate your mind to encourage your creative thinking, ability to solve complex problems, and think strategically. If you have something that you do in this regard, I’d be interested in hearing about it. Please share by leaving a comment below.
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