The Secret To Creativity: Become An Intellectual Middleman (good read via FastCompany)

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2 high-lights from this recent post by FastCompany:

“One analysis of scientific papers found that the most creative ideas contained deeply conventional ideas, but also combined things in ways that they hadn’t been combined before…A lot of the people we think of as exceptionally creative are essentially intellectual middlemen… That is, “They’ve learned how to transfer knowledge between different industries or groups. They’ve seen a lot of different people attack the same problems in different settings, and so they know which kinds of ideas are more likely to work”

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