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This week's topic

Constraints are a gift for creative thinking, because they force our brains to go places they wouldn't have otherwise. They also make developing ideas feel more like a game. For this week's Creativity Workout, let's have fun with two different constraint-based exercises.

What materials do I need?

Nothing but yourself, roughly ten minutes, and something to write on — preferably, a notebook. Because notebooks are a creative thinker's best friend. 

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