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Riannah Anglin

Time – 5 Ways You Know You’re Wasting Time

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In this post I will cover 5 ways that you might be wasting time; more so with your creative ideas, and I will hopefully have the solution to each of these aspects.

Are You Constantly Coming Up With New Ideas?

Not to say that it is a bad thing to have a vast amount of ideas, but the more you think of new ideas, the more time you are wasting on a perfectly good idea you may have come up with in the first place. It is never a bad idea to have too many ideas, but it becomes a bad idea if you do not develop those ideas at all. Not everyone will succeed from their first idea but a couple ideas down the line or maybe more, they will start to see some progression and start gaining the results they have hoped to see.

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How Does Your Behaviour & Creativity Link?

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There can be huge link between your behaviour and creativity, if you let it happen. We are not all born with the creative flare that others are blessed to have, however there are ways in which you are able to incorporate being both imaginative and creative. I for one believe that anyone can be creative, we just need the right attitude and to be able to break out of our comfort zones. Being creative isn’t as easy as you think, there are always questions you may want to ask yourself to reach a creative solution or you will get agitated in not receiving the ideas you want.

Curiosity is a great way to start being creative, if you have a look at our previous post Curiosity Killed the Cat it will give a reason as to why curiosity and creativity are strongly linked.  You can’t go wrong in being curious when it comes to increasing your knowledge and imagination. Read More

Personal Touch

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You’ve got an idea, a project proposal, a way to do something but think or know someone else has already come up with the it, and then feel as though you’re a copy cat. Most of the time people will come up with the same solution to a common problem.  The difference in being creative and coming up with the same solution or result is due to adding a personal touch.

Now this is only a short post, but it is something worth thinking about. Ask yourself this question: Does the work you produce reflect your personality?

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Get Involved!

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Kind Art has seen growth in both returning visitors and general visits thanks to your constant support. This forced us to think of ways we could make readers, writers and creative individuals like yourself feel more involved with the on going progression. We think and know it’s time to be able to give back and let the readers have a say on some of the material they read and should be reading.
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Top Five Kind Art Posts

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As you are aware, Kind Art produces content including creative techniques, motivation and inspiration. As well as written content we also aim to provide a strong portfolio with a mixture of web designs, photography and the use of Photoshop.

Below I have compiled a list of the top five (in no particular order) Kind Art posts to date:

Try Something New

Stuck in a rut? Do you often find yourself getting bored easily because you’re doing the same thing over and over again. This post wants you to try something new! Break out of the vicious cycle of doing tedious tasks and do something different, or try something completely new. There are five things to try, so why don’t you give them a go today if you haven’t already.
“Trying something new ensures you don’t run your creativity into the ground.”

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What’s Your Excuse?

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Make Things

“I’ll start tomorrow.” “Maybe I’ll start next week?” “I’ll do it when I feel like it.” 

Hands up if you are guilty of using these phrases, I know I am. 

Why is it we can’t start a task today? What exactly is stopping us from doing something extraordinary or simple?

What’s your excuse?

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Seeing is Believing

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The idiom seeing is believing originated from around 1639, mainly associated with religion, which I won’t be getting into. The proverb means ‘you need to see something before you can accept that it really exists or occurs.’ which has a similar meaning to the proverb if it is used as an idiom ‘only physical or concrete evidence is convincing’.

This posts is being written to relate the idiom to our creative ideas and what we are able to gain from seeing what we can produce. So, how much does the idiom associate with out creativity?
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