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  • 1. Physically Creates pathways Imagination Mentally Association Pathways Foundation of memory Stronger Keep your brain healthy Memory Build your foundation Create longevity Shortly after the event Repetition Same process One day after To look back One week after you learned it Memory Review One month after you first learned it The past Re-Create Three to six months after you first learned it Memory & Creativity Uses Imagination & Association To look forward During your work Project into the future 5 and 10 minutes Take brakes Creativity Innovation Mind wonders too much Longer brakes Eventually becomes transformed into Memory I am not creative Remove Beliefs The Most Important Graph Important activity I am infinitely creative and now in the World Key Ideas Learn Daydreaming working on developing my full Remember to Convert dreams into reality potential A picture is worth a thousand words Study the Art of Science Maximum impact Take up the full slide area Leonardo da Vincis principles of life Study the Science of Art www.istockphoto.com Develop your Senses Significantly Use of images in your work www.fotalia.com Solitude Where to get images Creative environment www.shutterstock.com RelaxationCreative Commons licensing www.flickr.com © Ivan Staroversky - www.StarOverSky.com

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