Finding the best thinking-position

This is the first day of my experiment to go back to the roots of science. Instead of running around trying to publish as many papers as possible I announced earlier that I would stop, sit and think more often. But it appeared not to be so easy.

The first issue I needed to deal with, was finding the best thinking-position. Today, I went to a climbing hall (Sterk). Here, there are many ways for taking a creative thinking-position. The big advantage is that it (hopefully) stimulates the creative parts of my brain.

Although this was true, I was only able to have coherent thoughts for about 30 seconds. Very efficient tough!

What will you think about, related to science of course, if you have only 30 seconds?

 

 

One response to “Finding the best thinking-position

  1. Pingback: The Deep-Thinking project has been postponed | Rens van de Schoot

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