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Writing Is Thinking

Writing Is Thinking | Innovatus | Scoop.it
When you write about your work, it makes all of us smarter for the effort, including you. Done well, this kind of sharing means you’re contributing signal, instead of noise. But writers are made, not born. We often hear from people who say they’d love to write for A List Apart or start blogging, but don’t know where to start. They feel unfocused and overwhelmed by the task. If this is beginning to sound like you, read on, as Sally Kerrigan walks you through how writing works, and how you can get better at it.
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You may of course, be better at curating than at writing in which case your talents are not lost :)

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TEDxTeen - Jacob Barnett: Forget What You Know

Are geniuses really geniuses?

An interesting discussion coming from a kid who supposedly was autistic since the age of 3 :)

 

What Jacob states is that maybe they did have high IQs, but more than that, they got or created the chance to stop conventional learning and get the time to think on what really interested them.

Some of these people create great things, others don't, but another interesting perspective of Jacob's is that they at the very least pursued their passion and therefore were happy while doing it.

 

Makes sense? Watch the video!

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8 Secrets To Creative Thinking (Hint: Steal From Others)

8 Secrets To Creative Thinking (Hint: Steal From Others) | Innovatus | Scoop.it

Oriental cultures have a higher tendency to use "copy from others" or "steal from others". Ocidental cultures think of this as an offense, while oriental ones see it as a way to honour their competitors. If we steal from you it is because you are doing something great.

And they also take the time to adjust to their own needs and make up their own improvements. Which means, stealing was a way to have a startup idea to begin with. And to do it following a good direction already.

This is the bright side. Of course there are fakers everywhere. I just showed you a different perspective I learnt with a friend whose origins and family roots are oriental.

 

Still, the principle as she explained to me is quite a valid one and it is part of what this article discusses. It is not the first time nor will it be the last where stealing an idea leads to innovation and thrive to grab wider audiences for your own work :)

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Improve your cognitive thinking with meditation.

Improve your cognitive thinking with meditation. | Innovatus | Scoop.it
Improve your cognitive thinking with meditation. Want to improve your cognitive thinking? Do you have 20 minutes a day to dedicate to improving it? You’ll be interested to know that new research has...
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The 6 Habits of True Strategic Thinkers

The 6 Habits of True Strategic Thinkers | Innovatus | Scoop.it
You're the boss, but you still spend too much time on the day-to-day. Here's how to become the strategic leader your company needs.
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Children and the Power of Positive Thinking

Thinking positively can work wonders on people even for the cynics at heart. And though some may undermine its powers, children don't. In fact, children as young as 5 years old can already understand the benefits of thinking positively, study finds.
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