Finding that creative time – john de titta

Author: John DeTitta

The morning comes no matter how hard we try to push it aside. It comes full force back into our lives. I had once hired a motivation coach who would say to me “Mr. John De Titta you must embrace the morning with a deep breath and motivation”, sounds great I will have to try it sometime. To me a good day begins around 10:00-11:00am after a few pots of coffee as many nights usually last until the day and get crossed in purpose somewhere.

It’s not all about staying late and partying those days have diminished greatly, the night when everyone is asleep provides a peaceful beacon of creativity, a place where thoughts are free to form ideas a place to be free. It’s like taking the mind our for a walk with no one screaming at you for letting you mind loose in their yard.

I have a friend of mine who gets up each and every day at 5:30 am. It hurts just to think about it. Why would anyone waste those precious moments of sleep to be awake? Turns out she goes to bed around 9:00pm each night and looks forward for the morning. It’s a concept I don’t understand though and completely foreign to me. When I questioned her on the matter, she explained John DeTitta, (she called me by name) that early mornings allow her that “quiet, peaceful time to think”. Now that makes sense to me I just believe there is a better direction of getting there.

No matter how an individual finds the time, it’s imperative to our minds and souls to find that time away from everyone and everything else to think. Allowing the creativity to take control of our thoughts and new ideas is formed. I think of how many thoughts are suffocated with outside distractions and the constant growth of an individual stymied due to noise and distractions.

To me, while I fight the mornings they inspire the thoughts that were formed the night before. That is after a good couple of pots of coffee and some breakfast.

Read more on learned lessons by John De titta and Non-Profit stimulus program Dewingood.com by John Detitta

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