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Michael Michalko
“The CEO of a major publishing house was concerned about the lack of creativity among his editorial and marketing staffs. He hired a group of high-priced psychologists to find out what differentiated the creative employees from the others. After studying the staff for one year, the psychologists discovered only one difference between the two groups: The creative people believed they were creative and the less creative people believed they were not.”
Michael Michalko, Thinkertoys: A Handbook of Creative-Thinking Techniques

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“Remember, code is your house, and you have to live in it.”
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