Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Quotations by Richard L. Weaver II

In a state of relaxation I find the best time to consider ideas, problems, and concerns. Relaxation offers views, angles, approaches, and interpretations that I seldom have during the ebb and flow of daily activities.

If you find it difficult to discover a quiet time---when your creativity can truly exhibit itself---begin by imagining yourself behaving the way you want to behave.  Use "covert reinforcement" by imagining your friends, co-workers, family, and acquaintances noticing your behavior and praising you for it.  It will help you carry out your intention of discovering quiet times and, thus, becoming more creative.

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