How to Use Busywork to Enable Your Creativity in Your Daily Planning

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Busywork is work that keeps us busy, but the work has little value in itself—for example, washing the dishes. These are tasks that you know you can easily do. Busywork is used in many different senses, but always to represent something very uncreative. Sometimes it’s even used for work that will appear productive, but it really only keeps us occupied. It’s first and foremost the first meaning of busywork which Alan will focus on in this video and how you can use that work constructively to enable your creativity in your small-scale daily planning of your day and your work tasks.


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