Languages and Cultures, Imperialism, Western China Scholarship, Chinese Western Comparative Studies, Linguistics, the Rise of Eastern Terminologies, Political and Social Theory, and World History.
Tuesday, January 28, 2014
Secrecy and work in solitary are often needed to achieve great things
NO matter if you are an entrepreneur, scientist, or scholar - if you have a great idea, keep it to yourself until you have the product, patent, or copyright, even if that means secrecy or temporarily working in solitary. If you give your great idea too soon, someone else with greater resources might pick it up and realize what should have been yours. Read at Big Think: If you have a great idea, don’t tell everyone