I answer a variety of questions on creativity. I do not answer questions regarding the writing of letters (mail/email, messages addressed to someone, etc.) especially letters that might entail legal issues.
When asking your question:
1. Please be clear in your message.
2. Provide actual question(s).
3. Please keep it short and concise.
4. Save my one-question-per-day for someone else if you can find the answer on your own.
Regarding creativity in general, I can assist with: the creative process; what's new and isn't new under the sun; establishing the right mind-set; a means of achieving variety; taking advantage of ideas from a set routine; taking advantage of ideas from sporadic epiphanies; methods of documenting your ideas; thinking within the construct of your subject; thinking outside the box; adaptation through association; incorporating material that you are not familiar with; approaching the development process on macro and micro levels; compiling relevant material; and interpreting other reactions to your creations.
15 years professional experience.
BM, BME, MM, DMA.
To appreciate something you must first understand it.
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