What inhibits my creativity?

Posted: November 20, 2012 in Blog

I feel that the thing that would inhibit my creativity is music. I know that this might sound dumb but the reason why I say this is because I feel that when listening to music, I get distracted. Even though I love to listen to music, I think it stops me from working because I get too interested in the music. I feel that music is most effected for me when  want to pass time. When I say this, I mean that I would want to listen to music when coming or going from school. I would like to listen to music when I am bored and have nothing to do. In conclusion, I feel that music inhibits me from being creative even though I love to listen to it. It can be a great tool just to pass time.

Music inhibits my creativity.

  1. I, too, get lost in the music. I have to turn off music in order to continue working.

  2. Meg says:

    That happens to me too! My boyfriend loves to turn it on when I’m at home working and i always have to leave the room.

  3. Maybe you should provide a greater focus in your life on music, given your natural attraction it and your innate desire to get ‘into it’. Might be meant to be a bigger part of your life? Have a ripper day! David.

  4. Focus on the task ahead. No distractions. Put imaginary blinders on and you’ll see how much you can accomplish. Good luck.

  5. Suzanne says:

    Yes music distracts me too. I like to work in silence but when the highway near here gets too noisy I have to put music on to concentrate – I find ambient music works best for me.

  6. Alli Farkas says:

    How odd. I find I have difficulty working–at least at my painting–without music. Of course, it has to be music I really like. I get completely lost in the flow of the painting if I have nice loud music that I can sing along to. Wouldn’t want to do this if my creativity involved something like writing, however. And thanks for your visit to my blog!

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