Creativity is also finding the willpower when there is none.

Planning revisions to prepare for reflection

You can’t always be in the flow and creating novel and useful ideas because you risk creating something that is neither novel nor useful.

I wrote about the need to stop and reflect, and, here I am, following my advice.

If not free-flow writing, what should I do, then?

A list of prompts for potential inspiration

  1. Inventory, listing, enumerating.
  2. Clustering, categorizing
  3. Reviewing, revising, making a retrospective.
  4. Reflecting, reorganizing.
  5. Connecting, comparing.
  6. Synthesizing, merging, making tangible.

In a moment of reflection, I am combining two ideas to enhance my creative workflow.

Execution? Not today.

Creativity is also finding the willpower when there is none.
Creativity is also finding the willpower when there is none.
Senior Experience Designer. 25 years designing, developing, writing, speaking, facilitating and teaching.

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