[Research shows that] … the ideal amount of college for a creative career is two years of undergraduate work. After that, school seems to actually inhibit the imagination.
I quickly came to realise that people who succeed are very much like everyone else, except in one area: THEY TRY THINGS.
We know that in offices where people don’t talk, creativity is lower. Ideas, as the writer Matt Ridley has put it, need a place to ‘have sex’.