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How To Be More Creative

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The government is constantly telling us that the key to success is entrepreneurship, and being creative, but how exactly are you meant to go about doing it?

Well, it seems that there's no one method - and everyone has their own little strategies - but with the help of this infographic, you, too, can unleash your inner artist and make the world a better place for all humankind.

Or, you can at least read some interesting quotes which you can recite at parties to impress people. The choice is yours really.

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