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  1. I am willing to suggest that most of us in the CAC forum can label ourselves as something like "morning people", "afternoon people" or "night owls" (with a sprinkling of sub-categories like "Post-2nd-mug-of-coffee-people"). Can you associate better times of the day for creativity (or creative energy) and different times of the day when the focus shifts to producing? I am not attempting to fully separate the two...being creative and productive are not mutually exclusive by any means. But has your personal body-clock identified times of the day when you are most creative and times of the day when you are better at cranking things out? I'll go first (stands, faces the group seated around the virtual forum table, lights candle, and speaks): I am a morning person...(3:30am riser/coffee drinker...don't hate me). I am most creative until around lunchtime (best writing, drawing, jingle arranging, problem solving, etc.). By 2:00pm, I need to be doing something with my hands (being productive) because the creative fuel starts running lower. What does your personal body clock tell you?
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