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November 11th, 2020

every time you feel a creative impulse or urge, do something about it, write it down, make the thing (or even just a shitty draft of the thing), then index it – connect it to your existing body of work. over time the body of work grows. congratulations, you're a creative person. Do this for a few years, and maybe read a few biographies of creative people, etc, and you start to develop a bird's eye view of yourself.

November 19th, 2020

We each have our "peak" and "off-peak" times of day. Counterintuitively, the science shows you're most creative during your off-peak time of day. If you're groggy in the morning, don't reach for coffee first thing: That grogginess is a creative gift. 

November 27th, 2020

I have no time for anyone trying to put a process around creative work. flow states do not live inside a linear creative process. You need the freedom to leap ahead, retreat, move back to paper when you’re struggling on screen and vice versa.

Lecture/The importance of creativity

"creativity is about action not just thinking"