«Disorder - is not necessarily a sign of unsystematic. At the table, in which all scattered, we can work more effectively than pure. When a person on the desk a mess, it does not mean that it does not work well. This means that it works so well, that he was simply no time to get out ».
blockquote> In other words, the disorder may actually be a sign of efficiency, rather than carelessness.
7. Doctor of Philosophy from the University of Minnesota conducted a study by Kathleen CSW and proved that people prone to dispersal things anywhere and accumulation of garbage, are actually more creative than everyone else.
As part of this research CSW conducted a curious experiment. It is divided 48 volunteers into two groups and asked them to find creative ways to use the ball ping-pong table. One half of the participants in the experiment were placed in a clean, tidy room, the other in the dirty. In the end, both groups have come up with an equal number of ideas, but in the latter, the results of an independent evaluation of other students appeared to be more innovative and creative.
«We all want to be more creative people are more likely to experience enlightenment. My advice: if you have a stupor, move to a dirty room. This will allow you to go beyond the usual perception and faster to produce new ideas. The order - the result of our commitment to the security chaos - our commitment to the creative rethinking of the world ».
blockquote> 8. Clutter, of course, has long been tightly associated with creative genius. Disorganization and neporyatnost censured in society, but in such conditions all his life lived most of the great minds of Albert Einstein, Alan Turing, Ronald Dahl. Even JK Rowling can not afford to get out of the apartment!
All they achieved greatness despite the fact that their whole life was full of chaos.
< 9. In general, if your parents are punished for failing to clean up in his room, then I made the mistake. Society ignores the hidden benefits of chaos.
To score on the rules and live in their creative chaos, you need courage.
Albert Einstein once said:
«If the mess on the table is a mess in my head, then what is an empty table?».
blockquote> 10. Creative people see the big picture of your life as a whole, and not to dwell on some of its details. They go with the flow rather than swim against the current. They easily adapt to changes. They know that time is too limited resources to spend it on such boring things as cleaning.
The simplicity and beauty of life is more important than the visible "success" and do "discipline." Passion better boredom.
Life - a disheveled, unpredictable and wonderful gift. Enjoy the ride.