Daydreaming at work is unheard of. It has a reputation of being unproductive and a complete waste of time. This simply isn’t true. Focused daydreaming is one of the most effective techniques for tapping into your creative powers and producing original ideas to solve any business problems. For this reason, I’m backing daydreaming in the workplace.
Find out more about daydreaming and its creativity-boosting benefits in my interview with Henry Bonsu of Colourful Radio:
Chris Griffiths Interview with Colourful Radio
Also, check out my guest article on Brainzooming.com where I take a more in-depth look into the advantages of daydreaming and how to use it deliberately for generating ideas:
Want to know more about Focused Daydreaming?
Take a look at my book, GRASP The Solution: How to find the best answers to everyday challenges, to find out more about focused daydreaming (or ‘Thought Experiments’) and many other creativity-enhancing techniques. Discover how daydreaming can be used productively to delve into your subconscious and bring to light plenty of creative ideas.3 quick tricks for an extremely creative week →