6 Productivity Hacks Inspired by Routines of the World's Most Creative Minds
When it comes to creativity, a reliable routine is what's needed - at least according to Mason Currey's book Daily Rituals, which looked at how some of the most inspiring minds on the planet spent their days. Here are six habits adopted by great thinkers that can easily be incorporated into your daily routine in order to get those creative juices flowing.
Take a Stroll
Who Was a Fan: Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
Part of the Routine: Russian composer Tchaikovsky would take a short stroll everyday before sitting down to work, and then take another walk after lunch.
The Science: Research has shown that taking a walk can lead to increased creativity because it encourages free-flowing thought.
Wake Up Early
Who Was a Fan: Ernest Hemingway
Part of the Routine: American author and journalist Hemingway made a point of waking up early each morning in order to complete a significant amount of writing before carrying on with