Principals of Innovation
in this book, we seek an answer to whether innovation is a true gift or obtainable by anyone as well. if we look at innovation as a skill and not an obtained social characteristic through time, it would be far easier to just learn it at any time of life regardless of our luck with the schools that we've already went to. More
humankind history has seen many innovators and inventors. the told tales of these great people are usually consisted of sudden moments of accidental discovery following revolutionary conclusions and solutions. a falling apple, a sinking piece of lead, a steaming kettle, are examples that we're all familiar with. yet the thing that has driven these famous people to do what they did is often neglected. the thing that makes them notice and use these moments and not walk by, like most people before them had done.
in this book, we seek an answer to whether innovation is a true gift or obtainable by anyone as well.