In chess, we have a concept known as “Zwischenzug” which is a German expression meaning an `intermediate move’. It is normally in the form of a check, a dangerous threat or a capture which is usually unexpected and results in a winning position or a better position at least. In our day-to-day life, we usually follow the path or a routine that is considered as normal or ideal. According to stats, 75% of people in this world think they’re not living up to their creative potential. Creativity is important to human existence because it makes life infinitely interesting and fulfilling! It is a way of living life that embraces originality which is not limited to specified art forms; it applies everywhere, in every field. In the same way, intermediate moves are not normal moves, they are creative and innovative to the extent that your opponent thinks he got blindfolded. In various interviews, when CEOs of companies are asked about skills of most value, their answers include creativity and the ability to solve problems by coming up with new solutions using brainpower. Such vision is what we require to do something full of the spark that alters our life or the way of living our lives completely, for good.