How do creative geniuses come up with their great ideas? How do they take action on these ideas and take them into the world?
Organizational psychologist Adam Grant shares three characteristics that will help you not only recognise “originals” as he calls them, but also become like them.
Among the surprising habits of originals is procrastination which, according to Grant, is “a vice when comes to productivity but can be a virtue for creativity”. The talk, which is at once funny and profound, shows you why you are not too different from the originals—all you need is to cultivate the three characteristics that make them what they are.