My sons curiosity woke me up at 5 am today. And I love it, not the 5 am wake up but the curiosity kids do have. And the curiosity is on such a level that also speed is defined in a different way. Not next week, not tomorrow, NOW! That’s how kids feed their curiosity. Settling the curiosity by spontaneity and by finding out immediately not postpone it to later. Isn´t that be a great blueprint for R&D? Not in general of course but shouldn´t we spend a certain amount of time to dive into new thoughts or impulses received. Even so they might look too much out of the box on the first glance. Many disruptive ideas have been generated out of spontaneous ideas which have been driven further.
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