Linus Pauling was a chemist, biochemist, author, educator and activist. He won multiple Noble Prizes for his work in different fields. Pauling was gifted and talented, but he understood the value of “doing reps” when it came to ideas and creativity. Pauling was credited with the quote: “The best way to get a good idea is to get lots of ideas and throw the bad ones away.”

Reps. We have to do them and we need a lot of them.

Creativity is a muscle. If you want to be more creative, have better ideas, and come up with more creative stuff, you have to commit to working out your creative muscles.

  • Write.
  • Draw.
  • Paint.
  • Sing.
  • Read.
  • Watch a movie.
  • Take a picture.
  • Film something.
  • Look at a magazine.
  • Listen to music.
  • Have a conversation that inspires you.
  • Look for something to inspire you.
  • Make something.
  • Go on Pintrest.
  • Surf the Internet.
  • Do work.

Without reps, we will be tempted to say we’ve hit a wall when the reality is, we just haven’t kept our tank full and our muscles ready to work.
What is your favorite way of staying sharp?

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