It appears the brain doesn’t care if you’re an introvert or an extrovert. It needs solo- and group-time to be creative–in that order.
The way to maximize creative potential is to flow between being alone and being in a group, and back again.While collaboration clearly assists in generating ideas, both research and history show the importance of solitude and being alone with one’s thoughts in order to generate real breakthroughs.
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