„The Peters Principles: Enthusiasm. Emotion. Excellence. Energy. Excitement. Service. Growth. Creativity. Imagination. Vitality. Joy. Surprise. Independence. Spirit. Community. Limitless human potential. Diversity. Profit. Innovation. Design. Quality. Entrepreneurialism. Wow.“

—  Tom Peters

November 21, 2011.
Tom Peters Daily, Weekly Quote

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Tom Peters
US-amerikanischer Unternehmensberater 1942

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„Art is that imaginative expression of human energy, which, through technical concretion of feeling and perception, tends to reconcile the individual with the universal, by exciting in him impersonal emotion.“

—  John Galsworthy English novelist and playwright 1867 - 1933

Vague Thoughts On Art (1911)
Kontext: Art is that imaginative expression of human energy, which, through technical concretion of feeling and perception, tends to reconcile the individual with the universal, by exciting in him impersonal emotion. And the greatest Art is that which excites the greatest impersonal emotion in an hypothecated perfect human being.

Carly Fiorina Foto

„They're not terribly imaginative. They're not entrepreneurial. They don't innovate. That's why they're stealing our intellectual property.“

—  Carly Fiorina American corporate executive and politician 1954

As quoted in "Carly Fiorina Calls The Chinese Unimaginative Idea Thieves", by Lydia O'Connor, The Huffington Post (25 May 2015).
2010s, 2015

Noam Chomsky Foto
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„In business the 80/20 principle is behind any innovation, any extra value. It is an entrepreneurial principle, a formula for value creation utilized not only by entrepreneurs, but by most managers and organizations.“

—  Richard Koch German medical historian and internist 1950

Quelle: The 80/20 Individual (2003), Chapter: The 80/20 Principle Is at the Heart of Creation

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„We are boisterous and diverse and full of energy, perpetually young in spirit.“

—  Barack Obama 44th President of the United States of America 1961

2015, Bloody Sunday Speech (March 2015)
Kontext: We respect the past, but we don’t pine for the past. We don’t fear the future; we grab for it. America is not some fragile thing. We are large, in the words of Whitman, containing multitudes. We are boisterous and diverse and full of energy, perpetually young in spirit. That’s why someone like John Lewis at the ripe old age of 25 could lead a mighty march. And that’s what the young people here today and listening all across the country must take away from this day. You are America. Unconstrained by habit and convention. Unencumbered by what is, because you’re ready to seize what ought to be. For everywhere in this country, there are first steps to be taken, there’s new ground to cover, there are more bridges to be crossed. And it is you, the young and fearless at heart, the most diverse and educated generation in our history, who the nation is waiting to follow.

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„There are two kinds of taste in the appreciation of imaginative literature: the taste for emotions of surprise and the taste for emotions of recognition.“

—  Henry James American novelist, short story author, and literary critic 1843 - 1916

"Anthony Trollope," Century Magazine (July 1883); reprinted in Partial Portraits (1888).

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„We need imagination in programming, not sterility; creativity, not imitation; experimentation, not conformity; excellence, not mediocrity. Television is filled with creative, imaginative people. You must strive to set them free.“

—  Newton N. Minow United States attorney and former chairman of the Federal Communications Commission 1926

Speech to the National Association of Broadcasters, May 9, 1961 (the Wasteland Speech)

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„…list of different spheres of her life: reflection, creativity, community, intimacy, and service.“

—  David Brooks, buch The Social Animal

David Brooks. The Social Animal (2011), p. 342
2010s

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„The creative instinct is, in its final analysis and in its simplest terms, an enormous extra vitality, a super-energy, born inexplicably in an individual, a vitality great beyond all the needs of his own living — an energy which no single life can consume.“

—  Pearl S. Buck American writer 1892 - 1973

The Chinese Novel (1938)
Kontext: The instinct which creates the arts is not the same as that which produces art. The creative instinct is, in its final analysis and in its simplest terms, an enormous extra vitality, a super-energy, born inexplicably in an individual, a vitality great beyond all the needs of his own living — an energy which no single life can consume. This energy consumes itself then in creating more life, in the form of music, painting, writing, or whatever is its most natural medium of expression. Nor can the individual keep himself from this process, because only by its full function is he relieved of the burden of this extra and peculiar energy — an energy at once physical and mental, so that all his senses are more alert and more profound than another man's, and all his brain more sensitive and quickened to that which his senses reveal to him in such abundance that actuality overflows into imagination. It is a process proceeding from within. It is the heightened activity of every cell of his being, which sweeps not only himself, but all human life about him, or in him, in his dreams, into the circle of its activity.

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