Etherpad lite Creativity at Work | Creativity + Innovation Experts Free Web Conferencing Software, Free Online Meetings, Free Webinar Service Providers Creativity for Life Teaching Websites Creative Kickstart: 5 Ways to Creatively Organize Your Time, Mind, and Workspace It's been a few weeks since the last post in the Creative Kickstart series, but it's back in action, and here to help inspire you and motivate your creative process with the best installment yet! Through conversations with creative friends and associates, I've noticed a common "issue" we all seem to share: disorganization. As artistic people, we have constant ideas firing off in our brains, and when we're in the mood to create, we will passionately throw ourselves into a project. For me, this often results in my studio looking like it was hit by a tornado. And the last thing I feel like doing after hours of immersing myself in a creative job is devoting energy to organizing my workspace. Creative people also tend to function better doing what feels the most interesting at the time, rather than working on things that may be necessary but aren't naturally appealing. But what if we simply don't feel like it??? 5. Do you have any tips for creative organization and time management? P.S.
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