[The Knowledge Project Ep. #121] Walter Isaacson: Curiosity Fuels Creativity
Shane: Let’s start at the beginning. You started writing about Ben Franklin and then Einstein, and then Steve Jobs, and then DaVinci. What made these lives worth exploring?
Walter: When I worked at Time Magazine or I was growing up, I knew a lot of smart people. It suddenly occurred to me that smart people are a dime a dozen and they don’t usually amount to much. The real key was being creative. To be able, as Steve Jobs would say, to think differently and to be innovative.
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