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The surprising habits of original thinkers | Adam Grant
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26 March 2019, 15:43
he sounds like a south park character
25 March 2019, 04:51
Wagner had such great success with his low number of compositions because of the sheer length of his pieces. His Operas would last for days. He didn't publish as many but the ones he did were long as heck
24 March 2019, 22:54
Why does he talk like not talking to originals.
24 March 2019, 00:49
Wagner was a true genius.
23 March 2019, 02:45
Is he talking about me?
22 March 2019, 11:35
«To be original you don’t have to be first, you just have to be different and better.”- Adam Grant
21 March 2019, 21:56
Thank you for making this documentary. I truly hope that it reaches the many and affects more.
Kurt Allen Knifer
21 March 2019, 19:02
Use your heart and soul and connect with your head.stupid show off
Kurt Allen Knifer
21 March 2019, 19:01
your tounge is flapping so fast you can not understand why you're heading connected to your heart. try to disect creative people like us..only communication with the part of the eyes that live in the heart.so much classical bullshit that you use with graphs and .
21 March 2019, 01:26
Awesome man! I had to laugh tears, despite the interesting concepts you explained. Thank you!
20 March 2019, 09:08
one of the best lectures ever
20 March 2019, 02:17
Amy Santiago vs. Jake Peralta
19 March 2019, 02:16
18 March 2019, 16:10
Waitwaitwaitwaitwait...... ...that guy has a wife???
17 March 2019, 19:38
I hate reasoning through out examples and illustrations. Just explain your words for god sake. Nevertheless this is quite good guided..
17 March 2019, 08:59
Well thats not distracting....next...
17 March 2019, 06:38
Ok.but why he is crying?
12 March 2019, 09:55
Well, creativity does evolutionarily came from a place of pinch, danger and urgency. Being able to create that sense of danger in a controlled way might be good.
10 March 2019, 21:53
This talk crosses my path at the most convenient time: Me (trying) building out my YouTube Channel!
5 March 2019, 17:33
how many people clicked on this video to see if they're original thinkers or fucking parrots
5 March 2019, 15:01
I want Hindi translation or English subtitles at least.
5 March 2019, 06:40
gosh he's an annoying speaker
4 March 2019, 22:04
I Have A Half Course Test In Five Days and I Have Not Studied At All. But I'm Genuinely A Creative Person Which Is Mostly A Curse Since The Book I'm Trying To Write Has Taken Me Almost Two Years To Start, I Was Writing And Drawing Everything Else BUT The Actual Story.
4 March 2019, 00:57
Once the seed is set in my brain it runs it in the background and I take all observations I can find. In the background. So when it comes time, I can spend 2 days to go through the reports and write what I think someone wants to hear.
3 March 2019, 21:31
What about Opera Neon users?
1 March 2019, 14:11
You've got it sooo wrong! You have discovered the warm water! The original thinkers you're talking about are intuitive people. The cognitive function of intuition works like that, brewing thoughts in the background to come up as ideas and inspirations. This is the process you describe as procrastination. All the people you mentioned, Leonardo da Vinci, Martin Luther King, are all intuitive. Search intuition vs. sensing in perceiving the world and you'll understand what I'm talking about.
1 March 2019, 01:56
"Creativity" doesn't come from deciding to be so, nor does it arrive out of any desire to be so. It arises unseen out of a passion for a subject, hobby or branch of science or the arts. You cannot manufacture creativity. Nor can you predict it.
1 March 2019, 01:39
NAME ME ONE THING STEVE JOBS `DID` THATS `ORIGINAL?
Zahid H Khan
28 February 2019, 12:06
25 February 2019, 03:53
i'm in love with my username
23 February 2019, 16:03
Thank you, for the inspiration and the hope that I’ve missed having so much.
23 February 2019, 11:21
My best work is done in procrastination !
22 February 2019, 20:59
Nice cameo by the instant gratification money and the panic monster
22 February 2019, 18:48
I'm procrastinating from doing my work by watching this video.
20 February 2019, 20:40
I'm a big deal because I watched this using chrome. Thanks.
20 February 2019, 20:15
how do you measure creativity
20 February 2019, 18:52
YOu cant count improvers as the guys that improved on the originals. Of course they will do better. What about everyone after the original not just those improved on it.
18 February 2019, 16:23
i am a growing english learner so any people over here could u actually tell me meaning of Originals...
17 February 2019, 23:57
That was my favorite TED talk in years if not ever
17 February 2019, 03:10
This guy is gay
17 February 2019, 02:45
Thomas Edison: decent first mover, master improver.
16 February 2019, 20:38
Amazing talk, so much value in it !
15 February 2019, 09:02
the problem is that it's a load of crap.
Vir Quisque Vir
14 February 2019, 19:19
The browser thing is not statistically significant.
Vir Quisque Vir
14 February 2019, 19:15
I was going to procrastinate but thought I'd put it off...
14 February 2019, 06:03
Alright, I'm pretty shure a thousand more uploads and I'll have atleast one YouTube hit - damn boi!
12 February 2019, 20:47
Did he say his wife? Boy did I get that one wrong.
Practice of the Practice
12 February 2019, 11:35
Such great points you have brought across!
10 February 2019, 03:26
I use Opera and Bing as my defaults. I must be awesome.
8 February 2019, 21:51
I have some subjective data to contribute. I tend to procrastinate because I have a predisposition to prioritize my tasks based mostly on my own value system. (which is constantly becoming more complexly defined by my entire understanding of the universe. I think that human value systems can only be broadly summarized with current technology because it is dependant upon our evaluation of each thing we know of and upon how we are programmed to react to what we will find in the future). I often procrastinate because I have goals, dreams, and self-perceived potential that are frequently more important to me than a task that could be put off. I almost always have 2-5 times as many things I decide I want to do than I actually have time for - without making too many conflicting commitments; I usually just over-plan to myself in my head. I have been spending my life in relentless pursuit of the most efficient education I can give myself, which takes the form of: a lot of independant research in short spurts when I have questions, a lot of idle thinking, and debate when I can get it. I also have an ever evolving 15 year economic plan and a couple years of education planned all the time. Social priorities change frequently but tie into the other two plans and also frequently take high priority. I frequently put off doing something that I could get done later because I've got inspiration now and I know I wont remember what I wanted to Google, write down, or accomplish later because it's always something different and it's not always there. For me, inspiration I want to follow takes the form of researching an interesting topic that I've arrived at a question I cant answer myself quickly, writing down an idea or question about: economic futures or opportunities, nature and logic of human minds, ideas about governing modern humans, ethics, etc.Sometimes procrastination is just because I'm tired and I want to watch a TV show, which I dont find helpful with developing my passions, besides maybe that procrastinating for pleasure might help you rest your mind. Maybe if you rest when your brain cries out for it, you can spend the rest of the time wielding a sharper intuition.Conclusion is that procrastination may be both an effect and a cause of original thinking and that the type and timing of procrastination matters. Procrastinating for the purpose of original thought is more about listening to your feelings, intuition, and passion so that they can take better control of your schedule.