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I use "Morning Pages" practice for that, which Julia Cameron suggests in the Atrist's Way. If you have a certain problem you would like to solve, write three pages about it. You can start from anything, you thoughts will guide you and you will start to describe your problem like you do here or with colleagues. The perfect solution always comes after one page ...
This is called Rubber Ducking, or when programming Rubber duck debugging. I suggest you place a rubber duck on your desk and explain your problem to it.
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