Where Do Good Ideas Come From TED TALKS – MPR Radio
Posted on August 26, 2014 by admin
“Chance Favors the Connected mind”, a great concept for the complicated and fast paced world of Retail. We came across this TED Talk recently as a part of a 4-episode MPR Radio show on originality and I was inspired by the discussion of where good ideas come from. The presentation captured what I have often found true with client-designer-manufacturing relationships and celebrates the collaboration.
Take 15 minutes and see if this resonates with you on the meaning and source of originality.
Very simple sentence: examine your sentences for the content and the predicate; be sure that painless phrases may not be designed by a subordinate clause connector.
Demanding phrase: if a matter arrives prior to an adjective clause, usually do not create another area of interest when the adjective clause (e.g. The essay he wrote ‘Do my Math homework’ – that is how you may start your message last night it became an authentic great success); if your noun clause will be subject matter, never increase an added theme from a noun clause (e.g. What was tried it departed a good deal of to end up being desired).