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What do you do with your time?

Some people like fast, intense periods of work, others work better to a routine.

I know people who write early in the morning; others write late at night.

Everybody has their ways.

Some of the most prolific authors and geniuses never exhaust themselves working, always spare some time to reconnect with life around them.

Productivity has a different rhythm to creativity. We can’t be productive in the same way that we’re creative.

Being productive can be measured by how much you effectively achieve in the shortest period of time; being creative is measured by how regularly you commit to sitting down and doing work that might end up being completely irrelevant.

How do you organise your time to be creative and productive? Creativity can rarely be measured: as Einstein said, “If at first the idea is not absurd, then there is no hope for it.”

Sometimes time wasted creating things can be your most productive time.



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