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Creativity is a strange technique to master.
If I tell you there’s a lake full of fish in front of you, and you can’t see it, then you are not creative enough. But we can work on that.
Sometimes creativity comes with ease. Some other times it requires specific skills and mental fortitude.
Many times, it triggers by surprise or new experiences. But boredom can activate it with consistency as well.
For a writer, creative sessions are more important than writing itself. Without a good idea, there’s no writing. And a good idea requires a lot of experimentation, discarded thoughts, and knowledge.
The more you are curious, the more your creativity blossoms. But many more traits and techniques can help you improve your creative thinking. If you allow me to, I will reveal mine.