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Connecting dots #1

Mornings can be the most creative time of the day for me, having just woken up I spend a portion of my time consciously thinking through certain specific ideas in order to wake up and get into an active mindset. During this time I have my most conclusive thoughts, where I identify and bring together patterns in seemingly disconnected issues in order to better understand how to resolve them. These connections usually form a bigger picture, its this bigger picture that I plan to share with you this morning. So here we go...

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Connecting dots #1

1. Creativity begins at the formulation of a vision and ends with a concretisation of an intent.

2. Creativity can then be understood as an ongoing process which brings into context that which is originally discovered and held conceptually.

3. For the creative act to achieve such a feat it requires a system of analysis rooted to an objective assessment of relative factors, including the study of an individuals ergonomic relation to context, to be applied at each step of the process, from start to finish, from vision to outcome.

4. The degree to which the creative act negates or evades an objective assessment of relative factors is the degree to which the product of effort distances itself from practical application. The scope of its effective value is reduced.

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Feel free to respond however you with, I'd be happy to hear your thoughts on the matter. Connecting dots #2 will be coming up soon so sit tight.

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