Getting out of your head

April 12, 2011 Not, going out of your mind. This morning began at 4:30 a.m., I hunkered down with my laptop and coffee and began my day. By 7:00, my brain was going fuzzy, I was struggling to find a solution and I knew that I needed a distraction. Hit my bike for a short ride to the park, ran the golf course, and on the cool down ride home, IT happened. It? I got out of my head enough that the solution could develop. Distractions are an important part of our brain's process -- whether that is riding a bike or looking at Facebook for two minutes -- we have to give ourselves opportunities for creative thought to germinate. It was a good reminder. And here I am ... back at my laptop at 8:20 a.m. full of fresh energy to tackle my day.

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