Creativity and how it affects our workflow is very interesting to me. Some people talk about it like it’s a bolt of inspiration that consumes them at unexpected times. Others, like me, just think of it as a way of looking at the world. There are definitely times when creativity flows easier than others. Are there things we can do to help it along? Are there things that will open or shut the door to creativity? According to this infographic, the answer is yes.
If you’re a huge Star Wars fan like me, you find a way to relate almost everything in your life to a Star Wars character. Any diehard Star Wars fan knows that our entire existence as human beings can be dissected down into a battle between good and evil. Okay, maybe not, but thinking about Star Wars sure makes the workday go by faster!
Speaking of the workday, what Star Wars character are you at work? This fun little flowchart will help you determine if you’re working on the dark side. Or, maybe your boss is secretly the Emperor, which could explain a lot about the morale of everyone in your office.
Those who know me know that I’m one of the biggest Star Wars fans in the world. My lovely Twitter friends send me Star Wars stuff almost every day to tweet. If it’s happened in the world of Star Wars, I’ve watched it, read about it or written about it. I remember a while back when the first Jedi School opened.
It immediately got me thinking about being an entrepreneur, and how cool it would be if there were a Jedi School for entrepreneurs. You could go in as an entrepreneurial Padawan and come out as a Jedi Master.
One important thing I am learning in this journey of investing more in my health is the value of consistency. Consistency matters in everything we do, whether it be working on a business, school work or a hobby. When we practice and keep on pushing our skills forward, we tend get better performing those particular skills.
Here in the United States, smoking is on the decline and has been for several years. Although smoking is dangerous for our health, a colleague of mine recently pointed out a positive aspect of smoking. Back in the days when smoking at work was popular, at least it was a reason to take five or ten minute breaks from work. People would walk outside for their smoke breaks and get a little sunshine.