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5 Responses to “How to have an idea”
Jack the Lass says:
Sigh. Am currently at #6, so thought about doing #4, with #1 very high on my list of things to do instead of writing my essay (due tomorrow, argh). However, now that you come to mention it, #3 sounds like a good idea too so maybe I shall do that as well.
Take a shower – that is one place where my ideas occur – something about the water and doing mindless tasks. The ironing is out as I gave that up for global warming (thanks to your earlier cartoon). Sleep on it – leave the question in your mind at night and wake up with new ideas in the morning.
Chris Clark says:
I thought we had agreed that ironing is environmentally unsound…your backsliding Dave
Philip of Samaria says:
6? I am not a number I am an idea!
Having ideas is sometimes like trying to catch bubbles – grab ‘em too tight and they’re gone. I find they tend to happen while I’m in the middle of something, and not best placed to write them down or record them in some way.
At other times I can get a stream of ideas that come so fast I can’t write them down fast enough. Maybe there’s an ideas cloud that floats about and dispenses them at random.
My best ideas have probably been had by someone else first. So I tend to think originality is overrated. (As somebody once said. Possibly)