ever felt that you got so many ideas, but nobody is able to understand you? –
this is about the key to innovation in every one of us. a recommendation for everyone interested in creating a work environment for motivated, creative, and solution-finding employees. a couple of years ago, reading this document meant a lot for me.
it helped me to understand the hostile or dismissive behaviour of others – against new ideas – better. an excellent piece of thought. this is about how we develop new ideas, what we need, and how do we encourage our employees in founding an optimal work position.
one of the best articles i’ve ever read, trying to understand society from a completely new aspect. So i thought maybe this is for you, the entrepreneur, as well.
to make my point very clear:
after reading it multiple times, i am convinced that this article points out a development method for basically everyone. So from my point of view, this is really about developing new ideas through motivated employees, not about having got a high IQ in the first place.
You don’t agree? – read this (german) article and make up your mind.
original article from & thx to triplenine.org, a website done by extremely intelligent people (999 normal people, and yourself). Back in 2012, they got a page where accepted members could post anything they want.
This is where i found the article, above. Thank you, @TripleNineSoc.
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