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3 Things to do to Stay Creative

One of the things entrepreneurs have to do to stay successful is to stay creative. Over time, your creativity could dwindle for numerous reasons. It happens to all of us every once in a while. In today’s post, I will discuss 3 things you can do to stay creative.

Change your routine

The 1st thing you can do to help with your creativity is to change your routine. You can do that several ways. Going to bed earlier, working remotely or in different locations and getting up an hour earlier than you usually do are just a few things you can change up. I want you to take some time to look at your current routine. Is it boring? Isn’t there something you can change about it?

Think outside the box

Thinking outside the box is the next thing that you can do to stay creative. It is imperative that you think outside the box when it comes to your business or side hustle. The old ways of doing things don’t always work as well as they used to. Thinking outside the box might give you the chance to try some different things that you wouldn’t typically do.

Surround yourself with like-minded individuals

The final thing that you can do to stay creative is to surround yourself with like-minded individuals. Positive energy is contagious. Having the right people around you will help that happen. You can bounce ideas off of your like-minded friends. They won’t laugh at you. Instead, they will either like the idea or help you come up with something better. One way to find like-minded people is by checking out groups on sites like Meetup.com.

 

How do you stay creative? Post a comment and share how you keep your creativity flowing, with the MYBB community.

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Jason Butler

Jason Butler

Jason Butler is the creator of The Butler Journal, a website where he educates people about college information, debt reduction and travel. He saw that there weren’t many sites out there like his, that were targeted towards young urban professionals. He wanted to make sure that the younger generation didn’t make some of the same mistakes he did. Jason was born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia. He received his Bachelor’s degree in Marketing from Savannah State University. He is currently in the process of eliminating over $70,000 worth of debt. Make sure you follow his journey.

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