Here's a link to some of the books and book chapters I've written on Amazon.com.
Everything that we do starts with an idea.
We dont know what to do unless we have an idea.
Ideas are like fish, you don't make the fish you catch the fish.
Desiring an idea is like putting a bait on the hook and lowering it into the water.
You can catch idea from daydreaming or you can catch ideas from places.
If you think that maybe a place could conjure ideas then you have to go out of the house and go traveling.
You can be going down the street, see a reflection on a little pool in the gutter and BANG an idea will come, who knows how it happens?
It's like there's a man in another room with the whole film together but in puzzle parts and he's flipping one piece at a time into me.
At first it's very abstract, I don't have a clue.
More pieces come, more ideas are caught, it starts forming a thing. Then one day there it is.
There's no original ideas, just the ideas that you caught.
The thing is to be true to the idea.
A lot of artists think suffering is necessary.
In reality, any kind of sufffering cramps the flow of creativity.
Happiness in the doing is so important, it's our life going by.
There's creativity flowing.
Ideas are easier to catch, and ideas that could take you out of drugery work and lead you to some fantastic things.
Trillions and zillions of ideas, all there bubbling and ready to be caught.
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