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alkis says
An interesting ‘lecture’ by John Cleese on Creativity. He delivers the lecture lightly and humorously, so even if you don’t agree with everything I believe it’s a very interesting 13min video. http://www.brainpickings.org/index.php/2012/04/12/john-cleese-on-creativity-1991/
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Anps says

Fantastic!!!! Spot on… the only point that once you mingle money in relations with time you find your self reducing the creativity, i remember the time i was working this as a hobby was much more creative.

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alkis says

Fantastic!!!! Spot on… the only point that once you mingle money in relations with time you find your self reducing the creativity, i remember the time i was working this as a hobby was much more creative.

I agree. That’s why maybe it’s good to get that “space” and “time” as much as possible into the ‘professional’ schedule – that way you’re probably releasing a similar original curiosity and creativity again.

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