I don’t know how many of you in the audience are in occupations where you are paid for creating something that didn’t exist before you put your mind to it, not before you put a lot of money into technology to help you create it. It can be as simple as writing a story—where once there was a void, and now there is an idea. Everybody has experienced that wonderful feeling of finishing a story and saying, “Gee, this is terrible, but I did it and it’s done.” The struggle you have in the process, to get the words on paper, that’s a universal struggle. Ideas come when you least expect them. My ideas come when I’m not forcing them. My subconscious often governs me much more than my conscious.