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by: Brian Tracy
Creative thinking can be stimulated by two things; intensely
desired goals and pressing problems. Your creative capacities need something
to home in on and your job is to provide it.
A Continual Stimulus For Ideas
Intensely desired goals, clearly defined with detailed plans for their
accomplishment act as a continual stimulus for ideas to achieve them.
Visualize Your Goals
To trigger your imagination, write out a clear description of your ideal
end result or goal. Be clear about the goal, be flexible about the process.
Think about it, visualize it as realized over and over. Project your mind
forward to the picture of the realized goal and then look back to the
Define Your Goals Clearly
Think on paper. Make a plan and then work on the plan, updating it, changing
it, adding to it as you think of new ways to work toward the goal. The
more clearly defined and keenly desired your goals, the more of your natural
creativity will be released for goal attainment.
The Proper Approach To Problems
The second stimulant to creativity is pressing problems. The key to idea
generation when you face a problem is to approach the problem confidently,
expectantly, with the attitude that there exists a logical, practical
solution just waiting to be found.
The most creative people have a relaxed attitude of confident
expectancy that causes their minds to function in original and imaginative
Diagnose Your Problems Accurately
Define your problems clearly in writing. Accurate diagnosis is half the
cure. Sometimes you will find that you are dealing with a "cluster
problem," one that is made up of several smaller problems. Your job
is to sort them out and then go to work on each one separately.
Break Up The Clusters
In many cluster problems, there is a core issue surrounded by a lot of
symptoms. Creative thinking requires that you separate the core issue,
and then focus on resolving that before worrying about the smaller problems.
Here are two things you can do to stimulate your creativity.
First, be absolutely clear about your goal. Write it down
and make a plan to achieve it. Think of different ways you could accomplish
Second, define your problems clearly and then make a list
of all the possible solutions to your problem. Take action on at least
one idea immediately.
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for Weight Loss
Walking is one of the easiest ways to exercise.
You can do it almost anywhere and at any time. Walking is also inexpensive.
All you need is a pair of comfortable shoes. Walking will: Give you more
energy, make you feel good, help you to relax, reduce stress, help you
sleep better, tone your muscles, help control your appetite, increase
the number of calories your body uses. For all these reasons, people have
started walking programs. If you would like to start your own program,
read and follow the information provided here.
Do I Start a Walking Program?
It is important to design a program that will work for you. In planning
your walking program, keep the following points in mind:
safe place to walk. Find a partner or group of people to walk with you.
Your walking partner(s) should be able to walk with you on the same schedule
and at the same speed.
Wear shoes with thick flexible soles that will cushion your feet and absorb
Wear clothes that are right for the season. Cotton clothes for the summer
help to keep you cool by absorbing sweat and allowing it to evaporate.
Layer your clothing in the winter, and as you warm up, you can take off
Stretch before you walk. See the warm up exercises here.
Think of your walk in three parts. Walk slowly for 5 minutes. Increase
your speed for the next 5 minutes. Finally, to cool down, walk slowly
again for 5 minutes.
Try to walk at least three times per week. Add 2 to 3 minutes per week
to the fast walk. If you walk less than three times per week, increase
the fast walk more slowly.
To avoid stiff or sore muscles or joints, start gradually. Over several
weeks, begin walking faster, going further, and walking for longer periods
The more you walk, the better you will feel. You also use more calories.
How Do I Warm Up?
Before you start to walk, do the stretching exercises shown here. Remember
not to bounce when you stretch. Perform slow movements and stretch only
as far as you feel comfortable.
Reach one arm over your head and to the side. Keep your hips steady and
your shoulders straight to the side. Hold for 10 seconds and repeat on
the other side.
Lean your hands on a wall with your feet about 3-4 feet away from the
wall. Bend one knee and point it toward the wall. Keep your back leg straight
with your foot flat and your toes pointed straight ahead. Hold for 10
seconds and repeat with the other leg.
Lean your back against a wall. Keep your head, hips, and feet in a straight
line. Pull one knee to your chest, hold for 10 seconds, then repeat with
the other leg.
Pull your foot to your buttocks with your opposite hand. Keep your knee
pointing straight to the ground. Hold for 10 seconds and repeat with the
Taking the First Step
Walking right is very important. Walk
with your chin up and your shoulders held slightly back.
Walk so that the heel of your foot touches the ground first. Roll your
Walk with your toes pointed forward.
Swing your arms as you walk.
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Key To Creativity
is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles
you know the key to creativity?
with weed. It produces the oak tree. We often eat it or grind it up for
flour. It can mean cause or origination. You guessed it. It is SEED.
love to associate one thing to another. But as we get stuck in very fixed
patterns of thinking, we think of fewer and fewer connections. We are
ruled by habits, associations and automatic responses. So we must stimulate
our thinking with lots of different seeds to chart new paths in our brains.
as our eyes need light in order to see, our minds need ideas in order
can look for fashion in a boutique or history in a museum. The creative
explorer looks for history in a hardware store and fashion in an airport.”
Carb - Sugar Free Coconut Cream Pie
Makes 12 servings
1/4 cup Butter
1 cup Steviva
Blend or Equivalent
1/2 cup soy powder
1/4 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon baking powder
2 cups heavy whipping cream
1 cup unsweetened coconut
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
ingredients in blender at one time and blend until mixed together. Pour
into a buttered 10-inch pie plate. Bake in a 350 degree oven for 1 hour.
When done, crust will be on bottom, custard in the middle, and coconut
Total calories – 1451, Total grams carbohydrate – 22.4
serving – 121 calories, 1.8 grams carbohydrate
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