5 Factors of Creativity from John Cleese

How to get into the “open” mode:

  1. Space (create an oasis of quiet)
  2. Time (specific, undeterred, spaced-out durations of time)
  3. Time (play with your problem for longer)
  4. Confidence (there are no mistakes in this space)
  5. 22-inch waist Humor (a little bit of giggles gets you there faster)

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