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Are good ideas born among the stars? Do they get transmitted to us through some mysterious satellite of the heavens? Or do good ideas come from within us, from our brain making connections across the billions of data points we actively and passively collect throughout our lives? Is there such thing as an original idea that borrows from previously-shared ideas? Are ideas exclusive to individuals or can groups come together to ideate?
Join us in conversation with Daniel Schmachtenberger as we explore answers to these questions and more. As you will hear, an examination of where ideas come from develops into a discussion about how to develop good ideas — for ourselves and for the benefit of the wider world.
2:50 — Where do good ideas come from: Downloading vs uploading?
22:03 — Can combining existing ideas produce an original idea?
30:00 — Taking different perspectives to arrive at good insights… and create the best possible future
41:26 — The potential of multi-perspectives in collaboration
48:26 — Conscious evolution: Letting go of what you think you know
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