Steve Jobs and Albert Einstein Applied the Concept of ‘No Time’ to Boost Their Creativity. What Does It Entail?
According to neuroscience, taking a break from our busy schedules and devoting some time to doing absolutely nothing is key to fostering creativity
By | Alto Nivel | www.entrepreneur.com
An essential element to achieving success is implementing a proper routine on a daily basis, as science and history point out.
Although your daily routine might be healthy and productive, it can also be hectic and kill creativity, an article in Inc magazine notes.
The magazine also points out that many successful people have dedicated a large part of their lives to “no time.”
Steven Kotler, author of the book “The Art of the Impossible” and a TED speaker, pointed out that “no time” has to do with a quiet moment in which a person can isolate himself, herself or themselves from the noise and demands of the world.
It’s no wonder that the internet is full of articles related to the morning routines of important and famous figures, giving suggestions on how to add positive activities to your day-to-day life.
In order to have a beneficial and satisfying life, it is advisable to take into account gratitude practices, nature walks and connection with oneself, since they are backed by research that confirms that all these activities are good for people. Likewise, science indicates that “no time” is much needed in such a routine, because if you spend most of your day with all of these existing habits, it is unlikely you will have time for yourself.