Tag Archives: Facility

Fluency and Facility – Creativity at the Speed of Thought

If you’re a writer, one of the best investments of time you can make is in learning to touch type.  It might save you from repetitive strain injury, but more importantly, if you can build up your typing speed up, … Continue reading

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Tools

Not everybody does, but I love tools.  I find nothing helps me immerse myself in my task better than having the right tools to hand and knowing how to use them instinctually.  I marvel at the ingenuity involved in making … Continue reading

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A Creativity Dilemma and Its Solution

Everybody knows that to have a good idea you have to have a lot of ideas.  No less a luminary than Linus Pauling said as much.  The good ideas only emerge when you weigh them against a wide range of … Continue reading

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Impossible Possibilities

Even though it makes no objectively rational sense, we all cling to our impossible dreams.  Everyone knows that the odds of having a work hung in the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition are just 1 in 50, but more than ten … Continue reading

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