Consume for Creativity


When you’re trying to think of a new idea – whether it’s your next marketing campaign, a solution to a problem, or a way to persuade a prospect to buy – you have to unleash your creative mind. Unfortunately, it’s not always easy to force yourself to think creatively. One of the best ways to prepare your mind to think creatively is to constantly feed it. Read books and blogs, listen to podcasts, subscribe to magazines and trade journals. Ideas come from connections, so the more you consume, the more chances you’ll have to make new connections.

An article published this week on the Huffington Post blog suggests several ways to make the most of your “pipeline” of consumption. If you’re interested in how you can use the information you consume to boost creativity, I recommend reading this article:

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By (Mark Jewell, CEO of EEFG, Inc. | | | creativity, productivity |
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