“Make a sketch, construct a model, or assemble a prototype. Then another. And another. With each attempt, you’ll reveal new possibilities for innovation. Your mind will talk to your hands, and your hands will talk to your mind. This dialogue is called generative thinking, and it happens only when you’re making something. It’s the active ingredient of design.”

I find the lines from The 46 Rules of Genius: An Innovator’s Guide to Creativity by Marty Neumeier. Marty is an awesome writer.

If you read this book you could get this types of lines as a rule for easy and positive lifestyle. I download this book for learning something about the Rules, the book is cool and easy going sense.


The book divided into four segments, Part 1, How can I innovate? This offers insightful guidance such as Feel before you think, See what’s not there, and Ask a bigger question. Rule #1 gives the paradoxical advice: Break the rules.

The first rule is, Break the Rules.

The last rule is, Create a new Rule.

Part 2, How should I work? offers down-to-earth tips on crafts.

In Part 3, How can I learn? contains practical advice including Do your own projects, Invest in your originality, and Develop an authentic style.

Finally, Part 4, How can I matter? deals with the deeper questions of a career in creativity, such as Overcommit to a mission, Build support methodically, and Become who you are.

After finishing the book you should realize like me,

“There is no great genius without a mixture of madness. —Aristotle”

-- Stay cool. Embrace weird.
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