Get it down on paper
Write your main ideas down in columns, and list absolutely everything that comes to mind. You can mix and match the lists for unusual and original combinations. If you are in a creative field there is nothing more fruitful than always carrying a notebook. Use a notebook to save interesting thoughts, quotations, and observations. Write down things you’ve read, films you’ve seen, and anything that you find interesting.
Change your work setting
Shift your work desk, carry your laptop to the window, change where you work. If you return to the same workspace every day, see what a change of scenery can do for your creative flow.
Go out of brief
Trying to stick through boundaries is the biggest restriction that can hinder you creative flow. Try doing what you are out of your heart. If it’s a report you’re drafting take a day off and give it a passion perspective. Write, work or sketch what you love, and don’t stick to the boundaries of work to get that creative juice flowing.
Find a Time that works
Every one has that one part of the day they are the most efficient. For few it’s early mornings, while for the others it might be mid afternoon or nights. Once you commit a specified block of time to your creative work, the best way to start is simply that — just start! Force yourself to work at that time everyday. Even it is mediocre or bad keep going. Rather develop a routine and completely switching off until inspiration arrives is a risky task.
Don’t beat yourself up
When you’re in the necessary in-between times when most creativity gets its start. A lot of thinking time is crucial, and it happens where you can’t see it. Read, Watch and Listen to things that inspire you. Give yourself a deadline and if all doesn’t work sleep if off and wake up to a new fresh perspective.