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How to stay inspired and innovative at work

we live in a fast-paced work environment where people can easily feel isolated. But another danger, of “excessive busyness”, is that colleagues stop discussing new ideas with one another because everybody else appears equally busy.

What happens when the result is a drought in creative ideas – often the driving force behind business growth? And how do you break such a drought?

What kills creativity?

A recent article on wellness at the Huffington Post warns that: “Perfectionism and fear of failure often go hand in hand, and

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