This works for me and plays directly into B822 ‘Creativity, Innovation & Change’.
Listen then act.
I’m going create the space and make the time! And play.
… and the importance of the unconscious.
- Sleeping on it.
- Writing it out a second time having lost the original.
- The danger of interruption
- We do not get our ideas from our laptops.
- Create boundaries of space (to avoid interruptions)
- Create time
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