Professor, Stanford University. Author, Insight Out: Get Ideas Out of Your Head and Into the World.
Believes there are six characteristics of truly creative people including the abilities to reframe problems and connect ideas.
Thinks the key to dealing with failure is to view it as data.
“There’s a big difference between trying to do something and actually doing it.”
Has created an exercise to help you master your motivation.
Believes the environment you’re in is crucial to creativity because habitat creates rewards, constraints, and incentives.
“The bigger the problem, the bigger the opportunity. Nobody will pay you to solve a non-problem.”
Suggests the biggest failures of our lives are not those of execution, but failures of imagination.
Thinks creativity can be learned because it’s a result of knowledge, skills, and attitudes that allow you to be a problem-solver.
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