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September 28, 2005

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Kevin Holland

Ha! I'm reminded of the Malcolm Gladwell story about the tennis players who were all certain that holding their hands a certain way produced a certain kind of serve. Except when you videotaped them you saw that none of them did what they said (and thought) they were doing. I suspect most creative types don't really know when we are "most" creative -- "I'm creative when I'm alone!" "I'm creative when I'm brainstorming with others!" -- because creativity isn't something you can normally turn on and off.

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