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This is the last 2 ideas from the writing of Louis Chew. The title of the work is, Become the creative you've always wanted to be by embracing these seven habits.
The sixth habit is, embrace constraints. So what are the barriers that you have in your life? The essence of creativity is making do with what we have. If you have a creative block, and you see too many possibilities, then try putting a fence around them. Dr. Seuss was challenged to writ a children's book with only 50 words. So Green Eggs and Ham, went on to sell 200 million copies. He then set his own constraints to write The Cat in the Hat with a first grade vocabulary list.
The seventh habit is, develop your ritual. Here is a quote from Chuck Close, a painter. "Inspiration is for amateurs--the rest of us just show up and get to work. An the belief that things will grow out of the activity itself and that you will--through work--bump into other possibilities and kick open other doors that you would never have dreamt of if you were just sitting around looking for a great art (idea)....If you hang in there, you will get somewhere." Creativity is a process. Use the system and apply it methodically to generate good ideas. It's not just the domain of a genius, one must do the work. Remember--if you hang in there, you will get somewhere.....
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