I’m a fervent practitioner of letting inspired thoughts simmer for a while before putting them into action. The bigger the inspiration, the more I keep it close to the vest. It’s not that I actively focus on it constantly; it’s that I give it time to boil down to its essence. Then, when I take the lid off the pot, it’s potetent in a way that gets attention. More importantly, it manifests quickly.
Here’s a great guest post by Orna Ross, featured on The Creative Penn, about How To Be Creative: Incubating Inspiration. Orna blogs and speaks about creative intelligence. I found several of the techniques I use in this post, so I think you’ll find it most helpful.
If you’re tired of working all the time, you’ll want to check out The Digital Marketer podcast for tips on how to work smarter, not harder. I found a nice one with tips for Managing Your Twitter Account and another on How to Decide Which New Software Applications to Use to help you be more productive.
Work from Anywhere
With mobile devices and apps for them improving every day, most of us don’t do all of our work from our desktop any more. The nice folks at Mashable have outlined 37 Productivity Tips for Working From Anywhere that offer excellent tips for being efficient and fitting in everything you have to get done each day.
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