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

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10 creativity tips from the world's greatest scientists

  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

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