One of the strongest predictors of creativity is whether employees feel adequately challenged by their job. Those who feel like their job, and specifically the objectives and goals they are set, and challenging and stretch their capabilities, behave more creatively.
This effect is enhanced when employees are allowed to work autonomously, as opposed to being given step-by-step instructions on how to reach these goals by their manager. That is, creative behaviour occurs when employees have the freedom to work out for themselves how to reach their challenging targets.
As we keep harping on about, exposure to a wide amount of stimuli increases creativity. So here is randomness to stimulate your creative juices.
It’s impossible to sneeze with your eyes open. That said, if you are able to prove this fact incorrect, Inventium would like to hear from you.
Rumour has it that Anne Boleyn, the 2nd wife of King Henry VIII, had six fingernails on one hand, but only five fingers on that hand. Apparently, she had a small extra nail on the side of her finger that she kept hidden with long sleeves.
A pregnant goldfish is called a twit. I am sure that Roald Dahl would beg to differ.