alone time: more important than ever

Want to be more creative? Schedule more "me" time.

Leo Babauta interviews some fantastically creative people from a multitude of careers, and looks back at some of history's most notable creative greats, and found one habit they all have in common: the need for solitude.

The second most important habit of creative people might leave you confused, after you've locked yourself in a closet for solitude: participation. Leo spells it all out in a wonderful post exploring what makes super creative people super creative.

You can test it out this Memorial Day weekend: show up at a family bbq party, and then lock yourself in a room claiming you need privacy.

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