If you’re engaged, as you say, you’re working, theoretically, so hard that you’re willing to make mistakes, and you know that doing something once is never enough. As Degas says, “If you start drawing, be sure you draw it ten times.” Correct it over and over again — even a hundred times — to get to that ballet slipper fitting on the shoe properly. In that instance, I think you don’t think of creativity so much, because what you’re doing is creating all the time. Some of it not very good, but it’s a creation nonetheless, and the nerve of failure I think is paramount.