Photographed at the Lowe’s Home Improvement Warehouse "Toys for Tots" Car Cruise in Springfield, Illinois on October 13, 2012. This is an annual event held in association with the Cool Cruisers Car Club and the Central Illinois Mustangers.
Please visit my Motor Vehicles Collection on Flickr where you will find more than 10,000 photographs that have been thoughtfully categorized into dozens of sets, and carefully organized by model year, manufacturer, vehicle type, and more. This project, which began in 2008, continues to expand with new material added daily.
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Your Surroundings and Your Inventiveness
Do you know what makes you more creative sometimes as opposed to other days? The answer is not easy to figure out. One day you may find you are more creative when working in a cooler place of work and the next day low lighting seems to work best. However, here has been research in his area that can give you some guidelines and a few surprising observations. It was actually shown that your surroundings do have a large impact on your inventiveness levels.
Effect of Noise Levels on Creativity and Inventiveness
Working in silence is not necessarily better for creative thinking. You don’t want your work area to be to silent or extremely loud because creativity will suffer. Instead you need ambient noise levels to help you become more creative and productive. A moderate level of noise can even enhance performance on creative tasks. A study published online by the Journal of Consumer Research showed that 70 decibels may be an optimum noise level. In their noise studies, people were more apt to buy creative products too.
Creativity and Lighting
Studies have also shown that when lighting is dim, creativity is improved. A school of thought believes that stressful feelings can be reduced with lower light as you become free with your thinking. Additional research has shown that people feel free when the lights are dim. Give this a try yourself, Sit in a in a darkened room for five minutes. See if your thoughts and feelings change.
The ideal colors for improving your creativity are blue and green. One doesn’t need to go to the ocean or daydream looking at the sky, as even a just a picture of the blue sky and green meadows can spur creative thinking. A red surrounding also will help for projects that have a lot of detail needed. Red is a stimulating color that can actually raise the blood pressure of some people and increase adrenaline.
Surprising Thoughts on Creativity and a Cluttered Room.
Some people shine in creativity working in a messy workspace. There are many people who are convinced that a neat organized workspace is best for thinking but are really surprised about the effect of a cluttered area. It is though the clutter in the room draws your attention to new details that you may not have noticed before. In turn this stimulates your creative juices. Another idea stemming from disorganization, is having many photos and collectibles that could spur ideas of memories and even disorganization of these memoirs can cause confusion that can lead to creative thinking. Personalization of your workspace at home may be exactly what you need but an employer may frown on any disorganization.
The Effect of Traveling on Creative Thinking
You may not be surprised to find out that journeying to new places of the world has an amazing effect on brain enhancements. In new nation-states or even parts of your own country, the different experiences … Read More