Today I read this post, “Unleashing Your Inner Steve Jobs, Part 2,” by Moses Ma about thinking like Steve Jobs.
I liked the article, so I worked backwards and read Part 1 too. And then the introduction. I recommend them all. (He also will share the whole book manuscript with you if you ask him.)
What I take away from Ma’s posts is that we all have some capacity for “genius,” a capacity for living life as an innovator. An early origin of the word genius is “generative power.” We all have capacity, but perhaps it’s lurking inside needing to be unleashed. In Part 2, he gives provocative hints on how to unlock your mind.
I’ll look forward to reading the future tips as he publishes them on his Psychology Today blog, The Tao of Innovation.
And a bonus that makes me want to read Moses Ma even more: I left a comment this morning, and this afternoon I received this warm and encouraging comment back.
2 thoughts on “Flipped Thinking”
I read the image as, “flip, flop, flip, flop.” I wonder what that says about me??
You are a divergent thinker, that’s what! 🙂
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