Tuesday, August 23, 2005

Like push-ups for your brain

Dave Pollard suggests that we use the lesser-utilized avenues of our brains to increase our creativity and receptiveness to the world around us. Perhaps his 12 Ways to Think Differently will offer something you haven't considered. His point that we occasionally need to do things that are unusual or difficult for us, as opposed to the routine and natural, is very well taken.

(via kottke)

Update: in a similar vein, a paean to the benefits of mindfulness (paying attention to things and tasks around you).

(via Follow Me Here)

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