Busyness & interruption destroy your creativity

John Cleese is not only funny. He is also right…

Listen to him explaining why being excessively busy and being interrupted will decrease your capacity for creativity and reduce the quality of your work.

He says you should “sleep on it” to get the subconscious mind solving problems you are working on and follow the flow of your thought to create new ideas. This you can do bY:

  • Creating an “oasis in your stressed and busy life”, and
  • Setting “boundaries of space and time”.
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About Christoff Oosthuysen

As business improver and entrepreneurial coach Christoff inspires his clients to do more of what they are great at and enjoy doing. He serves on the consultant/mentor panels of institutions like the Industrial Development Corporation. He has been supporting entrepreneurs since the mid 90s, when he launched (and 10 years later sold) the largest publication for business owners in Africa.

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