4/16/2012

The creative sparks that give rise to inventiveness and innovation are all around you, Stanford neuroscientist Tina Seelig writes in this book excerpt. The key is to learn to consider familiar things as springboards for ingenuity, Seelig argues. "Take a look around your office, your classroom, your bedroom, or your backyard. Everything you see is ripe for innovation," she writes.

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