When creative ideas flow, go with the flow but write them down. Then review them (something I am often guilty of not doing. Then stake the time to shape them up. Then take the time to take them into a wider context. Remember to read, because that will stimulate more creative ideas. Don’t copy anyone’s work, but let the writer’s words and sights seep into your soul. They will be transformed in a natural way. Also, continue to pay close attention to nature, relationships, music. Resist negative attributions about your creative work emanating from (sometimes jealous) others. Don’t worried about being eclectic in your musings. Eclecticism is a good thing. Narrow focus can be an innovation killer. Develop your own shorthand and go deep into your heart. Receal only what you are comfortable in sharing at the time.