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The Isolation Economy

Friday, May 15, 2020   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Emma Buell
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According to Forbes contributor Kumar Mehta, "Innovation in isolation is hard because human creativity needs idea sharing and interaction to flourish. Breakthroughs never come from lone inventors who toil alone in a dusky lab. Instead, they thrive when ideas are shared, challenged, and refined." Read more about how to keep being creative, even while you're working remotely.

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