On the subject of Creative Thinking and good noding
, the maxim "Write for others, not for yourself
" has to hold true.
Not only should you write for others, however. One of the most successful techniques for writing is to allow the reader to creatively think. In fiction, this can happen naturally by using imagery, memorable characters, etc, but in factual works (which E2 nodes typically are), you need to let the reader work stuff out for themselves. Don't say everything, don't assume the reader is stupid, leave a few questions without answers (without being annoying), and you'll be treated as you treated the reader (or something).