Constraints and Creativity

Want to boost your creativity? Maybe you need to apply some new constraints.

Stewart Hillhouse and I talk about how committing to writing on LinkedIn every day helped him apply constraints to his creativity, which he found actually made him more creative.

“And those constraints acted as guardrails. Being like, “I know I need to get something up, so my thinking needs to be clear, it needs to be concise. I can’t be always in the clouds. I need to actually pull something from the clouds and make it happen.”

Listen to the full podcast episode.

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