Taking a walking meeting isn’t just good for getting you out of your chair — a new study shows that it could also be better for your creativity.
Researchers from Stanford University’s Graduate School of Education found that study participants gave more creative responses to questions meant to gauge creative thinking when they were walking, versus sitting.
“Asking someone to take a 30-minute run to improve creativity at work would be an unpopular prescription for many people,” study researcher Daniel L. Schwartz, Ph.D., said in a statement. “We wanted to see if a simple walk might lead to more …read more
Source: Huffington Post Green