Updated: Apr 12
I believe that there is a time and place for everything. I use my quiet time
to develop creative thoughts, ideas, and solutions.
Taking this approach helps me to be more effective at work. Most days, the office environment is buzzing. But when I need to produce something creative, I stay late. The silence of an empty office helps to jumpstart my thought process.
I use those times to come up with ideas to impress my team. I know I inspire trust and confidence when I am able to present something new and exciting.
When I am surrounded by quietness, I am able to hear my innermost thoughts. I use those thoughts to remind myself of what it means to live well.
My alone moments also allow me to find solutions to personal challenges. Sometimes the distractions of life can be noisy and confusing. Decision-making becomes difficult.
So I take some time away. I use that time to weigh all my options. Those moments of quietness allow me to be honest with myself. They also allow me to find alternate solutions that I struggle to find otherwise.
Today, I realize that my life is best lived when I fit quiet time into my day. Having that time brings me opportunities to produce greatness. I look forward to moments of introspection. My chance to offer creative ideas lies in my ability to be alone at times.
1. What happens when the silence of my quiet time becomes deafening?
2. Are there ways to include others in my creative thinking process?
3. Under which circumstances am I likely to come up with the most creative ideas?