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May 08, 2012

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Drew Byrne

Some say that, "If we want to harness our creative powers, we have to learn how to sift the tittle-tattle of our self-obsessed internal narrative from the sparklingly inventive connections of our best daydreams." But (to quote someone who knows a thing or two about thinking creatively) I say, "To halt our thinking for good and all, would probably require us thinking about it way too much anyway." Which, I think, is really overanalysing the whole process in a nut-shell, don't you think?

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