How Albert Einstein, Steve Jobs, and Maria Popova Got More Creative

To be more creative yourself, listen to lessons from the masters.

“We learn, from the time we’re little, the process of the scientific method–how to discover things–but we don’t teach the parallel art of how to invent things,” Stanford innovation scholar Tina Seelig told us, “That’s one of the reasons creativity seems so mysterious. We don’t, from the time they’re young, teach people the components of what you need to invent, as opposed to discover.”

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