Daydreaming: a Window for Breakthrough Thinking

Scientists are re-assessing the utility of daydreaming. Once derided, it's becoming clearer that its a mental process that allows the mind to create links between bits of data that appear disassociated otherwise. It appears to be an important component of creativity.

In fact, this inattentive state when the mind speculates is the brain's default.

The key to functional creativity rather than random cognitive jaywalking is the ability to recognize when your brain is thinking holistically and then managing your thought processes.


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