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  1. Grant Lee
    March 3, 2017 @ 2:28 am

    When you work from a mobile office, you take what you get for the “office environment” but the technology must be accessible at all times. Some of us who are highly mobile while working with long-time stationary clients, get the “creative freeze” in places and time zones that at the very least, odd. Indeed, short, deep, sleep periods significantly shake loose the nuggets of ideas from the walls of a deep dark shaft, where your mind has been slipping. But then it might be 2 a.m., 3 a.m. or 1 p.m. when the inspiration strikes. A writer must seize the moment (where have we heard that cliche before?) and have the ability to drop the task at hand and focus entirely on the article, draft the copy, and then return to the previous task, as if nothing happened. Later, when the planets are aligned and the mind is at ease, it is time to return to the article and turn the creative talent loose.


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