We’ve long known that creativity is a complex process, one that is subjective, elusive and hard to measure. Yet despite its elusive nature, creativity has increasingly taken hold of our life. As a key driver of business value, innovation and marketing effectiveness, the ability to come up with original, mold-breaking ideas has become a powerful competitive advantage in the business world. But as research has found, creativity is also a technical skill that can be taught, practiced and developed. Like exercise, the more you practice the better you will get. But even while you’re working on flexing your idea-generating muscles, distractions, stress and life can push you to hit a creative wall. So how can you get the juices flowing again and cultivate a creative mind?