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Friday, May 5, 2017

Five Secrets of Creative People

There are two types of IELTS test: Academic and General Training. The IELTS Academic is for individuals who want to pursue university-level studies or to seek professional registration in English-speaking countries such as Australia and New Zealand. On the other hand, the IELTS General Training is for people who want to work, take secondary education or enroll in training programs.

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The JROOZ Review Center is among the institutions that offer training for individuals who want to take the exam. The IELTS training has four components: listening, speaking, reading and writing. These four areas gauge your understanding and use of the English language in social and workplace situations and academic setting.

Nevertheless, the IELTS training is not all about academics. Creativity also plays a significant role in the learning process. Creative people can imagine, communicate, and solve a problem in fresh ways. If you boost your creativity while training at JROOZ Review Center, it is more likely that you will enjoy the class and master the English language.

Five ways to stimulate your creativity

Creative people often stand out in the workplace because they are resourceful, smart and versatile. Give them a difficult task, and they will surely find a way to ace that. Want to be creative?

Here are five secrets that creative people do to feed their imagination:

1.    Daydream – These people have imaginative minds. They master the art of visualization. That is why they can come up with a plan B when plan A did not work.

Moreover, daydreaming allows cultivation of ideas. If you want to be creative, exercise your mind. Let your thoughts wander.

2.    Explore new things – These individuals do not settle for the usual. They are always ready to go on adventures, take challenges and discover unusual things.

Some people stop when they are tired; creative people do not. They are open to learning new things, even to discovering how their mind works and expressing their thoughts when they are tired. Studies show that creative juices are more active when working during a non-optimal time because of less inhibition.

3.    Think of the people – Creative individuals are empathizers. They put themselves on other people's shoes. They are eager to discover what is running on other people's mind, and they ask a lot of questions.

Master the art of questioning. You can ask people about their ideas, listen to them and learn something new. Establish a connection with other people through your craft.

Research shows that psychological distance plays a vital role in the development of creative concepts. For instance, one study showed that individuals who considered how others would benefit from their work produced more noble ideas.

4.    Do not aim for perfection – The saying practice makes perfect does not hold true for these people. They practice their craft not to perfect what they are doing but to unleash their artistic side. They “swim” into new ideas, and they do not let standards restrict their creativity.

5.    Play – The ultimate secret of creative people is that they always make sure to have fun on what they are doing. Whether it is reviewing in an IELTS training, taking the exam or presenting a paper, they incorporate fun and vividness.

They know how to turn bad things into good ones. They interact with people, enjoy their tasks and develop fresh ideas.
Everyone can unleash his/her creative side. The key is to express yourself, have fun and make sure that you excel in what you are doing. Give your best in anything that you do.


References:
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