There are days you can experience that your brain is out of order and does not work well. You try your best to make it in order even no amount of coffee seems to make any difference.
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Sometimes it can be frustrating and can happen to the best of us. But getting in this trouble does not mean there is no solution. According to Steve Jobs, there are few workarounds to help you overcome such a problem.
Steve Jobs was an inspiration for millions of people and through his creative work, he showed and surprised us with different things.
Here are a few habits you can learn from Steve Jobs to become charge your mental power.
- Think while you walk
Everybody knows that exercise is very important for both physical and mental health. Many successful people make exercise their daily routine.
Steve Jobs had also a daily routine to walk just to clear his head and while walking he used to think. Also many times he conducts the walking meeting and walks out with a group to make his mind active.
According to Stanford research, walking can increase creative output by an impressive 60%. So after knowing this if you are having mental issues, it’s time for you to start a walk, on daily basis around 10-15minutes, not a burden if you feel so.
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Doing meditation make you feel everything calm inside your body and most successful people in this world rely on peaceful practice to keep their lives in order.
Steve Jobs was very open about meditation. He used to love doing meditation because he knows what things you get from doing it. It all started in the 70’s when he dropped out of college and traveled to India. In India, he immersed himself in a spiritual quest for higher learning.
If a person sits and observe, he will find how restless his mind is. Going for meditation is the best way to get your mind in order and see the things in a clear way.
- Pursue a different interest
Steve Jobs insisted that “creativity is just connecting things”. He was more interested in talking about unrelated things throughout his lifetime. He once enrolled in a calligraphy course just because it interested him. While nobody understood what he did but later after years in Stanford speech he revealed that the course was responsible for the Macintosh’s beautiful typography.
In this process or habit, Steve Jobs wants to tell us that you can’t think outside the box if you never leave the box. Step out from that box and explore yourself and get into new things, discover yourself. Study businesses that are different to your own. Read books that interest you even if such books have nothing to do with your present problem.
“You have to believe that the dots will somehow connect in your future”.