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John Cleese: What Is Creativity?

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Creativity requires a space where nothing much is happening, says the iconic British comedian. Cleese offers his recipe for getting out of ruts, defines humor, and serves up some ingeniously bad behavior, leaving host Kelly Corrigan both dumbfounded and delighted. And the moment when Corrigan thought, “Exactly” is reassuring to all of us.


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