Picture Beethoven. You're probably imagining the legendary composer hunched over a piano furiously scribbling out sixteenth notes and crescendos into the wee hours of the night. That scene probably looked a lot different in reality. Instead, think of Ludwig slowly strolling around the neighborhood, casually jotting down fleeting thoughts as butterflies flitted across his path. Much better.
These Brains Were Made For Walkin'
Walk This Way — Away From Your Desk
How Walking Can Improve Your Creativity
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Key Facts In This Video
A study found that taking a walk can help boost creativity. 00:25
Sitting, however, helps to focus on a single thought or task. 01:25
Curiosity StaffJuly 22, 2017
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