Warsaw Sessions – General Development
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Our initial assumption proved to be true – in order to develop new and fresh ideas, we needed a change of scenery. After a few days, a certain creative routine set in. We had breakfast at the “Galeria Mokotów” close to our loft, wrote emails, then worked on the business plan until 1 or 2pm.
Then we go out to eat and continue working. Before or after dinner, we often take hours-long walks around the entire city – and reliably, this is when we have our best ideas.
Over the course of these walks, even Stephan learns a lot about Warsaw. We wander through the entire city from north to south, visit the Belvedere Palace and of course stop at a bar or two. The walks are followed by a night-time review phase, during which we solidify and record all the ideas that have come to us during the day.
In order to work more efficiently, we buy two projectors after it turns out that Stephan’s projector is, embarrassingly, a bit of a dud and can’t do anything except to show slides or graphics.