Who might better explain creativity than one of the founding members of Monty Python? John Cleese nets us in on what I'd consider
two essential secrets of creativity: everyone can be creative. And Creativity is more work than intuition.
So far so good. The small booklet is still an enjoyable read, with Cleese also explaining his creative process. Don't forget
to also embark on Cleese autobiography "So, Anyway..." with some fine examples of British humor the Monty Python collective
became known for (mostly by defining it themselves I'd say).