Did you know that we tend to have our most creative ideas right around mid-morning?
That’s according to Cornell University neurologist Dr. David Perlmutter. And he recommends taking advantage of that creative brainpower surge by making your environment totally quiet for half an hour – between 10 and 10:30 AM.
He says that a half-hour of quiet will help increase communication between 11 different areas of our brain – which can boost our concentration and productivity by up to 67%. And as an added bonus, that 30-minutes of quiet can boost our mood for the next two hours.
So, grab a pair of earplugs – or noise-canceling headphones – and get ready for a surge of creativity!
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