How Being Alone Leads to Better Thinking

How Being Alone Leads to Better Thinking

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Have you ever noticed that when you are alone your mind races and you’re thinking about the whole entire day, sometimes more than one day.  It’s like your thought process has been put on hyperdrive!   We are all too often caught up in the rush of every day life that we don’t just stop to think when we need to.  This leads to near sleepless nights when our minds are racing because we finally have some downtime.  Imagine the level of thinking we could all achieve if we just slowed down every once in a while.

Thomas Edison was quoted saying, “The best thinking has been done in solitude. The worst thinking has been done in turmoil.”  You may find that some solitude can increase your creativity!  When you open your mind to the vast silence of being alone, you may notice yourself thinking deeper into parts of your brain that you rarely tap due to lack of time!  You may even notice it easier to solve problems or simply be at peace.  Here you can read Matt Mayberry’s thoughts on how solitude can be your most powerful thinking tool.

Contact The Lavanga Group today to find how to tap into your alone time to get the most out of it.