Extracts from Scientific American.
- Wonderment. Try to retain a spirit of discovery, a childlike curiosity about the world and question understandings that others consider obvious.
- Motivation. As soon as a spark of interest arises in something, follow it.
- Intellectual courage. Strive to think outside accepted principles and habitual perspectives such as “We’ve always done it that way”
- Relaxation. Take the time to daydream and ponder, beacuse that is often when the best ideas arise. Look for ways to relax and consciously put them into practice.