Where Good Ideas Come From

I was reading a book called “Where Good Ideas Come From”. There was a reoccuring theme in the book. There was this concept that the author spoke of that caught my attention. The author stated that an idea is never completely owned by one person. Somehow, another person has the final piece(s) to the idea that you have in your mind. And the only way to get this idea off the ground is to connect with other people. Sometimes it takes ideas years to come to fruition. But when they do, it’s often because of the contribution of an additional mind in the brainstorming process. “Chance favors the connected mind” is the theme. This video describes this concept in detail.

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