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|I just saw this article 4 Tips to Reverse Workplace Brain Drain.
it got me to thinking. What is there is only one brain in your workplace?
And in my case not even a whole brain at that.
How can I keep from drying up?
1. Read as much as possible.
3. Do something different/fun.
4. Subscribe to alerts in my field.
5. Get in my car and go out and hang with other people.
What else could/should I be doing?
How do you keep from drying up and going stale?
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|Sometimes I listen to interesting and fun podcasts on many different topics. Sometimes I solve Sudoku's, logic puzzles, MENSA - brain teaser stuff at my desk. In the past I have even assembled models, grown herbs, constructed terrariums for poison dart frogs, hosted beer pong, and set up HALO stations.
You need people to feed your imagination Bill. Imagination is the genesis of creation.
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