No one escapes the cruel vagaries of life. When confronted by overwhelming challenge, seek resilience: endure, adapt and thrive.
Successful problem solving requires tolerance for ambiguity.
The world presents us with incalculable possibilities. Why do we so often reject them in favor of stale habit? Why are we inclined to sabotage opportunities for novelty? Embracing the comfort of the status quo is the scourge. Pursuing the adventure of novelty, the tonic.
Effective problem solving and decision-making requires that we embrace risk and accept our errors as portals of discovery.
George Land, a giant in the field of creativity, has passed away.
Carlos Santana on your creative genius: “Everybody is born with genius…Say to yourself, I am a beam of light from the mind of God and I am capable to create blessings and miracles.”
Please enjoy these very short videos, the first documenting a Buck Rogers-like achievement and the second documenting the spontaneous reaction of the 400 cheering Blue Origin rocket scientists responsible for it. Inspiring!
In the more than 60 years since its invention by Alex Osborne, brainstorming has flexibly evolved and creatively adapted into an even more productive group idea generation technique.
A great idea may fuel conversations or inform dreams. But the innovation requires disciple and action. Watch Sketchy Andy set the world record highline.
Does making things easy impair creativity? Research suggests that complicating things can improve our ability to understand them.