Source | INC : By Travis Bradberry
I expend a huge amount of my time and energy writing books and articles and working to keep my company innovative. I’ve developed an obsession with some of history’s most creative minds in the hope that I might learn some tricks to expand my creative productivity.
Some of the things I’ve learned are more useful than others, and some are simply too weird to try.
Steve Jobs, for example, routinely sat on toilets, and would dangle his bare feet in the water, while he came up with new ideas, and Yoshiro Nakamatsu (inventor of the floppy disk) would dive deep underwater until his brain was deprived of oxygen, and then write his ideas on an underwater sticky pad.