"If you’re someone who creates, in any way, focus should be important to you. And this includes a much larger group than the traditional “creative types” — artists, writers, photographers, designers, musicians and the like. No, people who create are a much larger group than that, though creative types are included. Those who create include: those who invent and create products or services
teachers who create lessons and activities and content for students
professors who write syllabi and lectures
anyone who writes research papers
stay-at-home parents who create activities for their kids
executives who create plans, presentations, visions, proposals
ad execs who create ad campaigns
people who make websites of any kind
anyone who writes reports
someone who crafts physical products like clothing, cars, etc.
kids who have to do homework
and many other types of people"
Leo Babauta, createmake | Page 9