Or, if you're okay with being a bit less of a canonical robust agent and don't want to take on the costs of reliability, you could try to always match your work to your state. I'm thinking more of "mood" than "state" here. Be infinitely creative chaos.
Oooh, I don't know any blog post the cite, but Duncan mentioned at a CFAR workshop the idea of being a King or a Prophet. Both can be reliable and robust agents. The King does so by putting out Royal Decrees about what they will do, and then executing said plans. The Prophet gives you prophecies about what they will do in the future, and they come true. While you can count on both the decrees of the king and the prophecies of the prophet, the actions of the prophet are more unruly and chaotic, and don't seem to make as much sense as the king's.
In light of reading through Raemon's shortform feed, I'm making my own. Here will be smaller ideas that are on my mind.