How to be creative—Ignore Everybody

If you are anything like most people, you think laundry is a monotonous chore.
If you are anything like most people, you should have no problem imagining a typical laundromat scene:
The waiting areas are unappealing, disorganized and cramped; filled up with the noise of shoddy machines and people struggling to make their way to the machines.

Now, have a look at the pictures and short video below.
(The video’s in German, but it’s easy to understand what’s going on.)

My 2¢: Who says a laundromat has to be boring and unappealing?

In his remarkable book titled Ignore Everybody: and 39 Other Keys to CreativityHugh Macleod’s number one tip is—ignore everybody. Please note: the book is not a series of tips designed to turn you into an artist. As Hugh says: “This book is about becoming more ‘creative’ in one’s work, whoever you may be.”

Go ahead—be like Wash&Coffee.
Taste Younique.
Give people something to talk about.
The world is waiting on you.