Triple Your Creativity Instantly

In my experience, creative ideas coming out are in direct correlation to the amount of new, interesting, and even challenging information coming in.

Most people just view/listen to/read the same stuff every day.

Be different. Consume information, ideas and viewpoints that cause unconscious creativity through agitation.

  1. Read something every day you don’t normally read.
  2. Consider a viewpoint opposite yours on some crucial issue each day.
  3. Go to a new place, eat a new food, talk to a new person each day.

The more you “challenge” yourself and get out of your comfort zone, the more quantity of quality new experience you put into  your head… the more creativity will spontaneously pour forth.

Ray Edwards is a world-renowned copywriter and communications strategist, writing for some of the most powerful voices in leadership and business including New York Times bestselling authors Jack Canfield and Mark Victor Hansen (Chicken Soup for the Soul) and Tony Robbins. Ray is a sought-after speaker and author, hosts a popular weekly podcast, and blogs at

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  • Richinec

    You are spot on !! This is a philosophy I have live by for years. Not only will this feree up your creativity but it will also work wonders to reducung stress and anxiey. In fact I have just had my first book published on this very subject, and would greatly appreciate any comments you might have to offer; check out the book's website at

    R.L. Hill
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    • Artguy51

      Back in my ad agency days this was a way of life. After a while if does become a habit. A life habit that effects your entire existence. I still do this only daily basis. This is a great approach to a creative life.
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      • Thanks for the encouragement. And I like your site!

        • Richinec

          Thanks Ray,

  • Ray, your thoughts on challenging yourself daily to increase creativity is dead-on. You'll hear more songbirds and see more trees in the forest. Youll have more stories to tell. Max.

  • Great points Ray! Just this morning I forced myself to read an article just because it would give me a different perspective on things that I already do everyday. Works like a charm.

  • Dr. George

    Thank You for the simple, but powerful, advice. It confirms something that I intuitively knew.