We worked on a difficult client and our team consistently had to put fires out, but he was busy playing games on his computer. However, without fail the very next morning he would come in to work with an ideal solution, and we moved forward. You see, it turns out that he did his best problem-solving thinking during his 25-minute walk to and from the office.
Every writer has a preferred method or two for those annoying periods of writer's block. When I have writer's block, I usually take a walk outside or on the treadmill. Sometimes I even return from a walk with a list of notes on my phone's notepad of items that I would like to investigate or write about.
Perhaps I started this because of my boss, or maybe I justRead More »from Can Exercising Make You a More Creative Thinker?