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The Myth Of Creative Inspiration

The Myth Of Creative Inspiration

Oct 13, 2014-- When we read the masterpieces of authors such as Maya Angelou, James Chabon, or Franz Kafka - we assume that it is their creative genius which helps the words to flow. But, what if creativity were more a matter of habit, than these often elusive moments of inspiration? Franz Kafka, for example, worked tirelessly through the night. While Maya Angelou rented a room to create during the day. In each of these cases, the authors set aside time for their passion. Why? Because they knew this daily routine would help them to succeed. Read more to learn how our daily habits help to ensure our personal success. (17495 reads)


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