When creativity strikes, great ideas and results often follow. But when the stakes are high, you can’t always wait around for that lightning bolt of creativity. Instead, you have to create the conditions to invite it, says Joseph Grenny in this Harvard Business Review article. Years ago, he embarked on a project that would impact the lives of hundreds of people in Kenya, and he discovered that a series of actions could make him more predictively creative along the way. Download this article to learn how simple things like articulating and repeating the problem and reading and writing more often can evoke more creative moments throughout your day.