Is daydreaming beneficial to creative people? If so, how so?
We all, sometimes, just let our minds wander. Do creative juices flow best when we do that, or do we stray away from our creative tasks at-hand? What are your experiences with daydreaming?
Well, I think if you never used to day dreaming then you cannot accomplish something. Thinking about new ideas is another name of day dreaming. And truly speaking all the current inventions are result of day dreaming.
But the care you have to take in the process is dream logically and dream once and the spend rest of time to refine the idea and and work to accomplish it. Too much daydreaming is not good for your personal and professional career.
by Deb Hirt 4 years ago
Do you consider creative people odd, and if so, why?
by ii3rittles 4 years ago
Why are people who suffer from anxiety & panic attacks some of the most creative people?
by kallini2010 4 years ago
"Creativity takes courage". Why? Do you agree with this statement?
by Violet Flame 5 years ago
Why do you write? Why is it important for artist to make art and for writers to write?Do you think, we as writers, artists, musicians make a difference to our world?I, for one, did not grow up in an environment that encourages and rewards creativity. In my world, it seems far more important to have...
by Rajan Singh Jolly 6 years ago
Creative people appear to be crazy? Is it true?
by Karen 6 years ago
Are you an "early bird" or a "night owl"?If you didn't have anything else (like a job) making you get up at a certain time, when would you get up/go to bed? And do you think creative people tend to be more early birds or night owls?
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