There is great power in allowing a private workshop space in order to commit to focused creative expression; like writing and the expression of skilled action through intentional creative bursts. This is the power of focus and commitment to results that can turn out surprisingly better than dribs and drabs of unfocused attempts in overstimulated information environments. Control your space, control your thoughts, apply your action to the vision set before you. What comes out of this process is a ‘creation', and artifact to experience.
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