Jonah Lehrer on How to Be Creative – WSJ.com

September 12, 2013 How to be Creative:  An interview with the WSJ‘s Gary Rosen explains that everyone has the ability to be more creativeFor example, 3M scientists were working to create a super strong glue and, instead, invented a very weak glue that, they thought, had no purpose.  In a moment of creativeness they discovered the “Post It Note” which became a multi-million dollar business line out of this seemingly unusable glue.  Click the link below to see the 8 Min. 39 Sec. Video, article, comments and links to other similar stories.

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Jonah Lehrer on How to Be Creative – WSJ.com.

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One Response to Jonah Lehrer on How to Be Creative – WSJ.com

  1. Brook says:

    News we can use. Very interesting. Thank you!

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