The Philosophy of Innovation. Einstein was a low-level clerk when he dreamed up relativity.
Mendel was a monk when he discovered genetics. The structure of DNA was cracked not by the acclaimed minds of the day, but by two young, underachieving post-grads working in relative obscurity. Breakthrough innovations tend to pop up in funny places. Some like penicillin and teflon were accidents. Creative Ideas & Inspiration. Jonah Lehrer on How to Be Creative.
7 questions to ask yourself about excuses. Posted March 14th, 2012 at 7:52 am by Tanner Christensen You can come up with countless excuses for not following through with an idea.
One excuse is because you can’t do the work on your own. Another is because you don’t know exactly what to do next.