Sometimes we get in routines. It's not a bad thing. It enables us to tackle a fair amount of necessary tasks. It's like adding just enough oil to a wheel so it may continue to turn. A wheel that turns is effective, no doubt, but it's not being used to its full potential. And sometimes we need to break routines to get to that full potential. But that's easier said than done.
Routines place us in a state of mind so, even if you commit to breaking routine, it can't just be another notch on your to do list. You must break ALL routines, including your mental routine. This is often when innovation is born, which will take your life (personal or professional) to a new, more fulfilling level.
People can experience innovation in different ways. There are some complex methods for doing so, which are worth a shot, but there are also some simple activities that you can try to get started.
Here are a few fun methods that I practice and put to use recently when I created several marketing plans in a row. They can be done alone or as a group.
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