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Though he became known for the physical comedy of characters like the irate owner of a dead parrot, a minister of silly walks, and the always buffoonish Basil Fawlty, John Cleese is actually a very deep thinker.

Library@NYP‘s insight:

To be able to have creative ideas, it is necessary for us to get into a mood or an oasis separate from our daily hustle and bustle in this frenzy world. It is recommended to schedule time to be creative by setting boundaries of space and boundaries of time. Some offices and institutions have even created such "oases". Creative insights are often hatched when rational thoughts cease during play, rest or daydreaming.

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