Post Written By Eugene Morgan
“Every really new idea looks crazy at first.” — Abraham H. Maslow
It may seem to be implausible or counterintuitive when we first hear of a new idea because it might have come out of a different context that we haven’t experienced before. Civilizations were built on crazy ideas. It is always a risk to make a new idea into something real because we don’t know what to expect. We don’t know if the new idea will work only if we test and then wait and see what happens. We will never know if the new idea works unless we test them. As we’re testing them, we will learn and discover more ideas and most importantly get an understanding as to how new ideas will help in the long run. That’s why we brainstorm to look for other ways (new ideas) to do things better and sufficiently.
Every really new idea looks crazy at first. — Abraham H. Maslow Click To Tweet