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Have forgotten how to do that. Shame! Anyone can be creative, but you have to train those skills. Kim Pot wrote a review about this book with a few tips that you can start with right away . She explains why this is one of her favorite books of the year: ‘We all have creative abilities, we just have to give them enough attention. How do you do that? Vincent Mirck discusses this in his book playing skills. He puts you to work with all kinds of assignments, with the result that your.