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Why Your Best Ideas Happen In The Most Unusual Places

Why Your Best Ideas Happen In The Most Unusual Places

Oct 29, 2013-- Last month, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg shared some questionable advice on how to become successful at work: Don't go to the bathroom and keep working. But according to Harvard psychologist Shelley H. Carson, author of "Your Creative Brain," little distractions like going to the bathroom can actually be a good thing when it comes to creativity. She explains that interruptions and diversions can lead to a creative "incubation period." Find out how some of the greatest ideas from the likes of J.K. Rowling, Woody Allen and Gertrude Stein came about in the most unexpected places in this piece. (20891 reads)


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