I’ve written quite a few articles that either explore human creativity on a deep level or simply touch on it, and you can find them all on this link.
Below is my personal pick:
How To Think Like Leonardo da Vinci (According To His 7,000 Journal Pages). As a teenager, Leonardo da Vinci lamented in his journal that he regretted growing up in an era where everything worth discovering had already been discovered. Five decades later, he was one of the most creative people in the history of human civilization. What happened?
Researcher Explains 50,000-Hour Rule Behind Mid-Life Achievement And Creativity. The research I present here is fascinating because it challenges the idea that creativity is the purview of young people and that older successful creatives are anomalies if they do occur.
Jeff Bezos' Rule Of 100 Will Make Your 10x More Creative. Jeff Bezos just did his first longform interview EVER. And, it did not disappoint. In the Lex Fridman Show interview, Bezos shared a few life-changing…