Being creative is absolutely essential to freelancing.

In order to produce the high caliber of work that you do, you need to be creative. You need to see things others cannot. You need to look at life through a different lens. You need creativity.

The creativity that you exhibit even extends into the model of your business.

How do you market yourself? What sets you apart from the competition? How do you convey your message?

Creativity in some way, shape, or form is required to answer those questions about your business and yourself.

Being creative is essential to your freelance work and business. Thus, we should all strive to be more creative.

However, it may be a lot easier than you think.

Sometimes, all it may take to be creative is a little movement.

“Nearly 200 students and adults were asked to perform one of four different tasks: sitting and staring at a blank wall, walking on a treadmill and staring at a blank wall, walking around a path on campus or being pushed around that path in a wheelchair. They were then given tests that measure creative thinking.

And there was no question that those who walked, both indoors and outdoors, were more creative than their sitting counterparts. Yes, even staring at a blank wall and moving your legs helped people come up with more innovative ideas.

Now, there is a catch…”

Read the full article at Creative Live.