"What’s really important is that you have control over what information gets lost and what gets retained." - Toni Krasnic https://youtu.be/d2qYDQPUkOY
“Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow. The important thing is not to stop questioning.” - Albert Einstein [embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IyEKxdFLWAk[/embed] Ask and write down 5 questions today. Questions that you would not usually ask. If you want to make it even more effective ask questions about your daily routines!
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As children we had super powers that we have since left behind, or never fully realized even in our youth. As we get older we are expected to know the answers, and become more conscientious when appearing not to have the answers. The result is the dimming of our curiosity and sticking with what we already know. We stop asking questions and observing the world around us. It is an intriguing conundrum that now when finding solutions to the world around us is most important, and we are put into positions of power to apply them, is the time when culturally we are conditioned to stop asking questions and to observe the world around us. Questions and observation are core essentials in becoming, or becoming more so, innovative. Innovation much like creativity…