Research backs up the instinct that walking improves creativity — Quartz

 

Well, they are not to blame….it simply took them these many years because they are not creative… So long! 

You don’t need any soothsayer or palm reader to explain to you that it is simply commonsense to take a walk and refresh your mind with voices and eyes of the wind.

For centuries, great thinkers have instinctively stepped out the door and begun walking, or at the very least pacing, when they needed to boost creativity. Charles Dickens routinely walked for 30 miles a day, while the philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche declared, “All truly great thoughts are conceived while walking.” But in recent years, as lives have…

via Research backs up the instinct that walking improves creativity — Quartz

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