"I have lots of ideas. How do I pick the right one? Execute on as many as possible. The right idea will pick you" – @jaltucher
— Topsy Taiwo (@topsytaiwo) June 17, 2019
All the balls are the same color — and that color is *brown*! pic.twitter.com/JriPXHnNYR
— Chaz Firestone (@chazfirestone) June 14, 2019
This is amazing. If you cover the colored lines that pass over each ball, you’d see the balls are all the same color. Cones, rods, and brain are all playing a game!
Could the key to creativity be multitasking in slow-motion? Not only are successful people found multi-tasking several projects at once, they’ve also found time for hobbies. Studies reveal how mixing it up can be surprisingly beneficial and can help us sharpen our senses and change perspectives.
What can we learn from the world’s most enduringly creative people? They “slow-motion multitask,” actively juggling multiple projects and moving between topics as the mood strikes — without feeling hurried. Author Tim Harford shares how innovators like Einstein, Darwin, Twyla Tharp and Michael Crichton found their inspiration and productivity through cross-training their minds.