"We make discoveries, breakthroughs, and inventions in part because we are free enough to take risks, and fail if necessary. Private spaces are often where we extract the gains from attempts and misses" (49). Sarah Lewis
In the third chapter of The Rise, Sarah Lewis discusses "blankness, or seeming non-responses, and private domains for creation. She discusses how "safe havens" might be used to allow work time to develop.
What aspects concerning discussions of safe havens, private domains, the uses of pressure for creating, or any other aspect of the chapter did you find most useful for thinking about creativity? Why or how so? Provide page numbers.