Pax Ivanna. desk. April 05th , 2017.
Creative thinkers are messy. Creative thinkers tend to have messy desks. In January 2006, a study of hundreds of CEO's indicated that the highest scorers in innovation and risk-taking scored lowest on organizational and neatness skills. Creative people organize their desks intuitively to correspond with the way their minds organize information, and studies suggest that people with messy desks have great career potential.
So next time somebody criticizes you for having a messy desk, don't feel guilty or try to organize. Be proud of your mess. It indicates a creative, innovative mind-and it means you're probably more productive than your organized colleagues.
Searching through the piles helps you make connections. When you have to go digging through your papers to find something on a messy desk, you can dig up all sorts of things-projects you've been putting off, old ideas you've been thinking about, and even other projects and information that fit with what you're working on now. If your desk were organized, your projects would never "mix" like this-and you may miss out on some important connections.
With the exercise ball under your abdomen (you will be lying on the ball face down) balancing on one legdraw your opposite leg fully straight off the ground as far as you can. Repeat the motion with the opposite leg. Doing both legs is one repetition. Repeat the motion until you fatigue. Rest 2 minutes and repeat for a total of 3 sets.
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