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Microsoft founder Bill Gates, presenter Oprah Winfrey, golfer Tiger Woods and tennis star Roger Federer all champion daydreaming and claim they have used visualisation to help them get to the top of their game.
Daydreaming I think big things or dreams happen a certain way just once.
It has also found that brain areas linked with complex problem-solving, which were previously thought to go dormant while daydreaming, remain highly active during such episodes.
Doodling can stop you from daydreaming, which distracts you from a task
Some of the ways to spur daydreaming are to work on a boring task, take a walk, garden, even to sleep, as anyone who has awakened with the solution to a problem can attest.
A poll of 500 women by soap giants Imperial Leather found women spend up to seven hours a week daydreaming - or the equivalent of a working day.
They are probably not daydreaming at all," he said yesterday.
THE most common cause of road crashes is drivers' daydreaming, a survey of insurance claims reveals.
The ubiquity of the daydreaming phenomenon has led researchers to speculate that they serve important psychological functions.
Dear Coleen I WASN'T very popular when I was at school and took to daydreaming as a form of escapism.
Those words perfectly describe my daydreaming as I stare out the window at a frigid North Dakota landscape.
I wasn't very popular when I was at school and took to daydreaming as a form of escapism.