Turning Up Your Creativity

by Stephen Mason in Psychology Today

"Why is it that, except for Thomas Edison, it's mostly the young who invent new things?

Interestingly enough, Thomas Edison was far more of an innovator than an inventor and this was especially true in his later years. Those who have visited his laboratory museums in NJ and FL know that he was surrounded by teams of creative thinkers. His very special talent lay in bringing new products to market. And this is no small talent. The historical record is littered with the names of those who had lots of original ideas but no concept of just how to turn them into cash; Nikola Tesla, who was a contemporary of Edison, is a perfect example..."

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