Archives for April, 2017
In Part 1 of this article, a number of authors, journalists and others describe how much our frenetic thinking can disrupt our lives and increase anxiety.
Part of the value of our teeming brains as creative people is the facility for generating so many associations and ideas.
But we can also generate anxious thoughts all too easily.
Are strategies like brainstorming, extensive information gathering, and deep analysis of data the most productive ways to enhance innovative thinking?
In his post on the topic, Paul Earle comments about trying to know too much, too comprehensively: