Formalist (Strategies about Structure)
A line has two sides.
Allow an easement (an easement is the abandonment of a stricture).
Assemble some of the elements in a group and treat the group.
Decorate, decorate.
Define an area as 'safe' and use it as an anchor.
Instead of changing the thing, change the world around it.
Make a blank valuable by putting it in an exquisite frame.
Not building a wall but making a brick
Take away the important parts.

Procedural (Strategies about Process)
Back up a few steps. What else could you have done?
Change nothing and continue with immaculate consistency.
Don't avoid what is easy.
Faced with a choice, do both.
Go to an extreme, move back to a more comfortable place.
Make an exhaustive list of everything you might do and do the last thing on the list.
List the qualities it has. List those you'd like.
Slow preparation, fast execution
What were the branch points in the evolution of this entity?
Short circuit (example; a man eating peas with the idea that they will improve his virility shovels them straight into his lap).

Attitudinal (Strategies about Your Mental Outlook)
Question the heroic approach.
Be less critical more often.
Disciplined self-indulgence
Emphasize the flaws.
Give the game away.
Into the impossible
Discover your formulas and abandon them.
Lost in useless territory
Honour thy error as a secret intention.

Contradictory (Strategies about Opposite Extremes)
Change ambiguities to specifics. / Change specifics to ambiguities.
Destroy nothing. / Destroy the most important thing.
Do something boring. / Do something sudden, destructive and unpredictable.
How would someone else do it? / How would you have done it?
Make what's perfect more human. / Mechanize something idiosyncratic.

Other (Strategies about Your Mother)
Call your mother and ask her what to do.