How to Stimulate Your Creativity

It’s more than counter-intuitive.  It just plain doesn’t make sense.  And yet, here it is in all its messed up, crazy, inside-out glory — one of the most powerful and yet simple methods for stimulating creativity and creative ideas.

Try it.  Let me know how it works by commenting below.

6 responses to “How to Stimulate Your Creativity

  1. Hi Robert, best wishes for this time of year and for the New Year. Phil

  2. Hey Phil,thanks so much! I sure hope you’ve been well. Sorry I haven’t been by your blog much lately…I’ve been so focused on finishing the 2nd edition of my martial arts book that I’ve barely had time to maintain my blog.
    But I promise I’ll visit more often in 2019. Wishing you the happiest of holidays and all the best in the New Year!

  3. Hey Mitch,

    Absolutely brilliant post! “Restriction breeds creativity. Freedom breeds laziness.” These are essential truths, and the lessons are universally applicable—martial arts, of course (as you explain), but also music, poetry, art, business, and everything else . . . thanks for sharing this timeless wisdom!


    • Thanks James. Took me *so long* to figure this out. But now that I see it, I see its application everywhere. Simple and yet amazing!

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