All work requires some level of creativity. While it’s obvious how professional artists, writers, musicians and other “right brain” types incorporate creative processes into their work, even fields as technical as programming or SEO include creative components. Writing code, for example, requires a certain level of creative foresight to envision how individual elements will come together into a final, finished product.
But unfortunately, creativity isn’t something that can be counted on to function properly at any given time. Plenty of us have experienced the thrill of a “flow state” – in which ideas and thoughts pour forth in an easy, effective way – but for every minute of productive creative work, we’re likely to experience an equal number of minutes spent staring at the computer screen in the throes of a creative block. Continue reading 25 Ways to Get Over a Creativity Block