From 99%: Current neuro­science research confirms what creatives intu­itively know about being inno­v­a­tive: that it usually happens in the shower. After focusing intently on a project or problem, the brain needs to fully disen­gage and relax in order for a “Eureka!” moment to arise. It’s often the mundane activ­i­ties like taking a shower, driving, or taking a walk that lure great ideas to the surface. Composer Steve Reich, for instance, would ride the subway around New York when he was stuck. · Go to Devel­oping your creative prac­tice: Tips from Brian Eno →