Connecting ideas

Sticking with it

It is often necessary to connect disparate ideas. For example, an engineer might need to connect concepts from physics and mathematics in order to design a new type of bridge. A writer might need to connect seemingly unrelated ideas in order to create a new piece of fiction. And a politician might need to connect different groups of people in order to create a successful campaign. No matter what the field, connecting disparate ideas is essential for success.

One of the most important aspects of connecting disparate ideas is being able to see the connections between them. This can be difficult, as humans tend to see the world in terms of categories and distinctions.

However, with effort and practice, it is possible to overcome this tendency and start seeing the connections between different things. Once the connections are seen, it becomes much easier to connect disparate ideas and create something new and successful.