Agatha Christie, British author [Wikipedia]

We owe most of our great inven­tions and most of the achieve­ments of genius to idle­ness — either enforced or vol­un­tary. The human mind prefers to be spoon-fed with the thoughts of oth­ers, but deprived of such nour­ish­ment it will, reluc­tant­ly, begin to think for itself — and such think­ing, remem­ber, is orig­i­nal think­ing and may have valu­able results.

Lau­rie Dun­na­vant, Amer­i­can hos­pice coor­di­na­tor [LinkedIn]

We under­stand that you can’t trans­form peo­ple who don’t have inter­nal dri­ve and desire to cre­ate. But we also know it doesn’t work to urge peo­ple to think out­side the box with­out giv­ing them the tools to climb out.

7 Great Quotes

Har­vey Fire­stone, Founder, Fire­stone Tire and Rub­ber Com­pa­ny [Wikipedia]

Cap­i­tal isn’t so impor­tant in busi­ness. Expe­ri­ence isn’t so impor­tant. You can get both these things. What is impor­tant is ideas. If you have ideas, you have the main asset you need, and there isn’t any lim­it to what you can do with your busi­ness and your life.

Tim­o­thy Fer­riss, Author, The 4-Hour Work Week [link]

It isn’t enough to think out­side the box. Think­ing is pas­sive. Get used to act­ing out­side the box.

Mahat­ma Gand­hi, Indi­an leader [Wikipedia]

First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win.

Mal­colm Forbes, Amer­i­can pub­lish­er [Wikipedia]

Diver­si­ty: the art of think­ing inde­pen­dent­ly togeth­er.

Albert Ein­stein, Ger­man-born physi­cist [Wikipedia]

The world we have cre­at­ed is a prod­uct of our think­ing; it can­not be changed with­out chang­ing our think­ing.

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