Deeptaman Mukherjee reports:
"Writing is supposed to be an enjoyable experience...While you have to maintain the quality of your written piece, the creativity is also that...important. For the creative flow of the mind to remain unhindered you have to stay loose and enjoy the topic as you write about it...It is absolutely necessary that you have an idea about the real interest factor about your topic. This will be your focal point in the write[-]up and also the reason for your curiosity. Being curious about your topic is good; it is also a boost to your creativity as you write what you understand perfectly...It is actually proven that creativity does have some instigating factors that make the process more viable for some specific times...[Analyze] yourself and your work to better understand your creativity schedule and then base your work schedule on it...[I]t might be a great idea to take some time off and use the time to do something that helps you realign your focus. You could maybe take a walk or some light exercises can also do the trick. However, it completely depends upon you as to what works for you in this regard...When you have set your goals for your day or even a week, creativity wise, you will try to stick to it much like anything else. However, also be patient with [yourself]...[B]alance your work and relaxation. Remember that relaxing is actually giving you time to refuel your creative energy. All in all just keep it in mind that you have to love what you do to really enjoy it and when you enjoy your work it shows in your performance."
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