10 creativity tips from the world's greatest scientists

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10 creativity tips from the world's greatest scientists--from Newton to Feynman

10 creativity tips from the world's greatest scientists--from Newton to Feynman

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  • 1. Creativity Tips FromThe World’s GreatestScientists
  • 2. “Intuition is more importantto discovery than logic.”- Henri Poincare
  • 3. “The mind is sharper and keener in seclusionand uninterrupted solitude…Originalitythrives in seclusion free of outside influencesbeating upon us to cripple the creative mind.Be alone, that is the secret of invention; bealone, that is when ideas are born.” - Nikola Tesla
  • 4. “I have been impressedwith the urgency ofdoing. Knowing is notenough; we must apply.Being willing is notenough; we must do.”- Leonardo da Vinci
  • 5. “Anyone who has nevermade a mistake has nevertried anything new.”- Albert Einstein
  • 6. “Let me tell you the secret that has ledme to my goal: my strength lies solely inmy tenacity.”- Louis Pasteur
  • 7. “There is a computer disease that anybody whoworks with computers knows about. Its a veryserious disease and it interferes completely withthe work. The trouble with computers is that youplay with them!”- Richard Feynman
  • 8. “I have never met a man soignorant that I couldnt learnsomething from him.”- Galileo Galilee
  • 9. “No great discoverywas ever made withouta bold guess.”- Isaac Newton
  • 10. “A man who dares to wasteone hour of time has notdiscovered the value of life.”- Charles Darwin
  • 11. “If we couldnt laugh atourselves, that would bethe end of everything.”- Niels Bohr
  • 12. The End