The Big Think

January 16, 2009


Filed under: Quoth — jasony @ 8:48 am

“The challenge for most people in connecting the dots is not the connecting part but the dots. You have to diversify the input– read more, talk to more and different kinds of people, listen to different music. Once you start adding more dots, you start naturally seeing the connections.” -Daniel Pink

lifted from friend Allison White’s blog:

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  1. This reminds me of when Jason gave me an art history text book to read back in college. I had never understood art other than purely aesthetically (and couldn’t fathom why some “ugly” works were so popular). The problem was that I simply hadn’t seen or thought about enough art – the book gave me enough dots to start connecting them.

    Comment by darla — January 20, 2009 @ 11:42 am

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