Seven Places In Dallas To Rejuvenate And Boost Creativity by Forbes – Entrepreneurs

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As a busy business professional in Dallas, it can be hard to get the relaxation your mind and body craves. But without it, your creativity will suffer, and you will succumb to the stressors of business.

People prefer different places to recharge: Some favor natural settings, while others prefer a place to spend time in a crowd without too many distractions or even a place where they can enjoy a little pampering. To find out what works for others—so that you can get ideas of what to try to suit you—members of Forbes Dallas Business Council share some of their favorite places in the Dallas area to rejuvenate their mind and boost their creativity. Here’s what they had to say:

Members discuss a few places in the Dallas area where they like to visit to rest and recharge.

Photos courtesy of the individual members.

1. My Neighborhood

I typically find that the times when I most need to rejuvenate my mind and boost my creativity are when I’ve been traveling a lot. When I’m back in Dallas, sometimes just going out and being in the city, whether hanging out at a dive bar or just strolling downtown, refuels me. When I need to get a bit of scenery I simply walk around my neighborhood. It is incredibly tranquil and calming. – Ben Lamm, Hypergiant

2. Crescent Spa And The Tower Club

One thing I have learned over the years is the importance of self-care and knowing what my mind, body and health need in order to perform at my best. My favorite place to go to rejuvenate my mind and boost creativity is The Crescent Spa for a workout and steam session. After my workout, I like to drink coffee at The Tower Club on the 48th floor of Thanksgiving Tower to boost my creativity. – Marty Martinez, Social Revolt Agency

3. Breckinridge Park

Breckinridge Park is probably one of the best-kept secrets in Dallas-Fort Worth for rejuvenating and boosting creativity—it’s a very large park with a variety of trails and environments, including pavilions, wooded areas and sunny fields. No matter my mood, I always find the environment I need to rest, recover and recharge there. – Joshua Warren, Creatuity Corp.

4. Royal Blue Grocery

Royal Blue Grocery has great energy, fantastic food/drink, and, most importantly, a functional and enjoyable workspace with about 20 tables. It’s a good spot if you want to be amidst the hustle and bustle of a coffee shop and have the ability to zone in on your work. My favorite setup: grabbing a table upstairs with their medium drip coffee in hand and a breakfast taco to enjoy. – Robert Neely, InspireMore

5. White Rock Lake

There are so many amazing lakes in Dallas and visiting one can really help rejuvenate your mind. Personally, I enjoy spending a couple of hours every month by the White Rock Lake (East Dallas). This alone time gives me the creative spark I need to crush it in my business. – Ali Mirza, #iSocialYou

6. Legacy West

Going to Legacy Hall and finding a spot either up on one of the balconies or down in the music area (when there isn’t a band) is a great spot to tuck away and focus on work. The sunshine and atmosphere is great with all the people enjoying social time and excellent Texas weather. – David O’Hara, Improving

7. A Bowling Alley

Bowling is the way that I like to unwind. When I am rolling the ball down the lane and watching it spin toward the pins, I am in my happy place, which leaves me refreshed and ready to get back to work. – Sabeer Nelliparamban, Tyler Petroleum Inc

June 13, 2019 at 01:19PM
Forbes – Entrepreneurs