Many of us are trying to be innovative with one half of our
Picture the scene — you grab a pen and your favorite notebook and start sketching out that great new idea. Ideas keep flowing as you pen your thoughts by sketching out your ideas that seem to pop up out of nowhere!
Then you change settings and continue to work on your computer — writing down your ideas using the keyboard, but you don’t feel as creative. Sure, you can type away and build out some of the ideas you had before, but now you feel more detailed, mechanical, and less creative.
What is going on here? The answer lies at the heart of fostering creativity — the ability to use the right brain and the critical hand-brain connection facilitated by using a pen- the reason why 99% of the computer software you use is doing nothing to help you be creative.
As you can see in this picture, the differences between the left and right sides of brain thinking are directly relevant to idea generation.
Welcome back to school. How are you going to make the most of your new shiny Samsung Galaxy Tablet device and study the best you can? Put down that game controller! :)
This article is focused on students that are adopting ‘digital’ technologies, and I will provide a simple three step path for successful studying. If you are reading this, you have already chosen what is perhaps the most capable and useful device for studying — the Samsung Galaxy S7+ tablet with S-Pen. It might be that you have this, or a similar tablet - or something newer! Hopefully you got the digital pen with it.