The surprising habits of original thinkers | Adam Grant

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The surprising habits of original thinkers | Adam Grant

How do creative people come up with great ideas? Organizational psychologist Adam Grant studies originals : thinkers who dream up new ideas and take action to put them into the world. In this talk, learn three unexpected habits of originals — including embracing failure. The greatest originals are the ones who fail the most, because they're the ones who try the most, Grant says. You need a lot of bad ideas in order to get a few good ones. TEDTalks is a daily video podcast of the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the world's leading thinkers and doers give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes (or less). Look for talks on Technology, Entertainment and Design -- plus science, business, global issues, the arts and much more. Find closed captions and translated subtitles in many languages at Follow TED news on Twitter: Like TED on Facebook: Subscribe to our channel:

Comments to the video: The surprising habits of original thinkers | Adam Grant

Bart Broekhuizen 3 hours ago
The Let it go pun, was lacking creativity.
Jake Hoberg 14 hours ago
that is not true I am a over procrastinator.
Manuel Ochoa 14 hours ago
When i was in high school I called it delayed enginuity.
Indira Poitier 17 hours ago
now i don't feel so bad. i hope i truly am in that sweet spot. :-B
Extended Clips 22 hours ago
Keep pushing
Justin LaReau 23 hours ago
Edison did not invent the lightbulb. He was a taker and had others on a team working for him. He then took all the credit. He was a taker and a narcissist. He also couldn't see the innovations that Nikola Tesla had and the extreme improvements they would make.
Qu33n0fPenTacLe5 1 day ago
kids turn into crabs, parents claim lol what a strange headline
Precious Pecans 2 days ago
Don't encourage us. 😅
Callow Methuselah 3 days ago
MLK was an interesting mention in a speech about original thinkers considering he plagiarized things like his dissertation. Great message but not a great character.
Harshit Saxena 4 days ago
amazing
Weston Hettinger 4 days ago
Thats not true, if we remove the words for democracy or oppression then talking about it will add a layer of difficulty between the mentalese and newspeak. Since both these things are very very abstract for people under an Orwellian society, it would be almost impossible if Newspeak is adopted to have the advanced thought of being able to escape such a government. We did not rediscover parliamentary, republic, or democratic systems until monks read about them in the renaissance.
LoveGlitters AroundYou 6 days ago
I smoke pot meditate frantically clean for fun nap at weird timea and must have candy on hand. But i have phenomenal ideas regularly.
LoveGlitters AroundYou 6 days ago
I also make lists
Ice Cookie 7 days ago
this will help me improve my art
DevN 10 days ago
it seems that finding new patterns and rules everywhere (even though there may be none) and presenting in a well prepared speech s a new trend. These presenters are either so ignorant that they cant see so many exceptions, or they feel so compelled to find a rule, that they choose samples that follow a rule/pattern that they discover.
CHEEKY BABY 10 days ago
Terrific Book - Highly Recommended
Cole Recksiedler 11 days ago
I feel like this was one of the most important videos I've ever seen
Kyousou 11 days ago
This is my third time watching this, For me I am everything here. I was once panic monster, I also was instant gratification monkey. I found myself that both things only make me rush for the work and ended up not enough time. For the panic monster there is not enough time to think carefully, and for IGM there is not enough time to polish the project. This is because human start thinking about project unconciously the moment they got it. With the balance of working pace, take your time to look around while continually think about project and write down ideas from time to time then start working on project after you got the rough idea about what I'm gonna do. So that I could have balance perfect for each project, but the project will never be perfect that's why I learned how to let it go and keep move on. It's not something we cannot control, it's skill and we need practice in order to find balance.
alifkermacore 12 days ago
I feel very smart now
livetoboardteam 13 days ago
12:11
being indifference 13 days ago
Huh? Are you completely out of your mind?
Kshitiz Rimal 14 days ago
if the original thinkers are between pre-crastinators and pro-crastinators. doesn't that mean they are like regular people?
Lisa 14 days ago
Thank YOU
Ricky B 15 days ago
Oh man, so you're basically okaying my procrastination. Risky move. Challenge accepted.
Jazz Patel 16 days ago
The font used is Brandon Grotesque.
Sean Devine 16 days ago
Did this fruit say he has a wife? How can you trust anything else he says after that?
Dolores Rosas 17 days ago
Yeah, I had an idea to ask about something to ask to a patient with diarrhea syndrome being their work. I was not sure if it were right, but say it nervously anyway. One of my classmates, immediately rejected my lime of thinking making a little discouraged about saying it. Then our professor gave a look as if he was pondering the idea of questioning instead of just throwing it out, moments later, spoke Dolores has good idea, but not in the conventional sense. Let's say we had a patient that works in a place where the patient constantly changed diapers, but doesn't wash hands properly.
Dolores Rosas 17 days ago
I agree about making more givers, but what the one that used trust and abuse it. When was 10, had a female teacher that I gave my trust to, but instead of valuing my trust used it to verbally abuse me while the rest of the class went to recess.
AJ Stimmler 19 days ago
For all of you out there procrastinating by watching this video. keep up the creativity!
ella penso 19 days ago
is this the guy who dubbs SOUTH PARK people?
TheLegendaryChicken 19 days ago
Shoot, That's what I am, a precrastinator
Davin Schmied 19 days ago
Where did he get that sweater?. Honestly really want that sweater!
weasel w 19 days ago
Ironically I was procrastinating while watching this video
Giuseppe Costa 19 days ago
I think I doubt too much
Spoorthi Kalaptapu 19 days ago
What about google
DYNAMITE 19 days ago
jamais vu
raymond gonzalez 21 days ago
- this guy summed up my whole life. I've been feeling really depressed cus everyone seems to doubt me cus I try lots of ideas and fail sometimes. thanks for the video. It brightened my day.
raymond gonzalez 21 days ago
. Now I have no one on my side, but I feel I will do well in the future.
raymond gonzalez 21 days ago
- also. it's alot easier to convince someone your gonna fail. then it is to convince someone your gonna do well.
Jimmy Rustling 21 days ago
1:06 oops misspoke
Ludwig Vonn 22 days ago
Yea.
Mr. Numi Who 22 days ago
Interesting interpretation of the data; in-depth thinking. but the title should have been 'The Main Habit of Original Thinkers'.
Rally Lin 24 days ago
pocket.full.of.mumbles 2018 24 days ago
Men men men. Zzzzzzzzzz. “Originals”
pocket.full.of.mumbles 2018 24 days ago
Oh ok his token was the Frozen woman. Thanks dude.
No Brakes 24 days ago
Its called Ja mais vu, good talk otherwise.
Rafael Musacchio 24 days ago
Hideo Kojima most be a ultra procrastinator
Els Rulmyn 24 days ago
You're probably only watching this to convince yourself that you're a creative, original person
Els Rulmyn 24 days ago
I know that because that's the only reason I'M watching it
Dr. Justin Time 25 days ago
7:21 Procrastination is a vice when it comes to productivity 7:23 but it can be a virtue for creativity. 13:17 The Edison Talking Doll, Doll's Theatorium - [audio]
gul e rana 25 days ago
Nice
mackeymkay 26 days ago
First mover - Edison. Improver - Tesla.
Daisy Jayde 26 days ago
I'm suddenly realizing that my mind works like an original and I always thought it was because of my learning disabilities.
CraZy DemON 27 days ago
😂😂😂
Pussy Money 28 days ago
With Can I do to be com a comedian
Pussy Money 28 days ago
I love comedy so much
Kodey Gray 28 days ago
Interested in seeing the study that provided the first 47% failure vs. improvers 8% failure information.
Darth Youtube 28 days ago
legit watching this while procrastinating
WISDOM FOR LIFE 28 days ago
1 - Procrastination: Moderate procrastination increases creativity (because it gives our mind/subconscious time to ruminate on the idea). 2 - Fear and doubt: Fear and doubt are natural - embrace them. Idea doubt is healthy, self doubt is not. Use idea doubt to help refine your ideas. Rough drafts suck for a reason. Keep trying. Our biggest regrets are our inactions, not our actions. Instead of fearing failure, be more afraid of failing to try. People regret the things they never did more than the things they failed at. 3 - Lots of bad ideas: In order to have lots of good ideas, you will probably have lots of bad ideas too. Be willing to fail. a lot. In most cases, more failure equals more success. You won’t be judged for your bad ideas. Bonus: To be original, you don’t have to be first, you just have to be different and better (first mover advantage is mostly a myth). Don’t accept the default, look for a better solution.
TheJigoChigo 2 days ago
thank you for breaking it down for us much love
Irfanul Karim 9 days ago
THANKS. 🙂
Berty Tova 11 days ago
Thanks a lot !!
kormannn1 14 days ago
Our biggest regrets are our inactions, not our actions Only if you use saved up money.
Kimble Mo Jimble 29 days ago
Its not procrastination itself, but rather distracting yourself with other physical or mental tasks that are mildly mentally challenging. Something thats distracting enough for the subconcious mind to wander off, make new connections and then you have the inspired idea suddenly appear. The classic example of this is finding inspiration in the shower.
Breaking The Seal 29 days ago
the title is pretty click bait
Michael Doucet 29 days ago
How does this guy not understand the difference between an original person and an innovator. Original literally means FIRST. Google wasn't original, since it wasn't first. Did he give his TEDTalk a clickbait title to make people believe he'd give them the secret to being original?
xy double helix 29 days ago
00:00 am
xy double helix 29 days ago
660 UK
Aguy 29 days ago
Can't close the cafe in England labs in case professors and scientists have an epiphany.
Change Talk 1 month ago
Idea doubt is energizing - so true! It's so different from self-doubt. ChangeTalk with Laura Hansen
류미키미키미키 1 month ago
애덤 그란트 멋진 강의 감사합니다.^^
Gid * 1 month ago
This might be the first Ted Talk that actually *talked* to me.
Sam Can 1 month ago
oi you missed opera off the list
Bluesky 1 month ago
I forget how much I enjoyed minesweeper before :)
Jair Robledo 1 month ago
Inspiration is like a shooting star you cant predict it and when it happens you better capture it before it disappears
Quick Beam 1 month ago
No its jeme vu or however its spelled.im not kidding :3
kegan 1 month ago
Most successful animated movie of all time yeah. when the price of tickets have been over-inflated to quintuple what they were 15 years ago
kegan 1 month ago
Chrome comes pre-installed on many phones now.
Daniel Beaird 1 month ago
I see this problem alot in the manufacturing fields, where alot of old timers take it offensively if you dont do things the way they do, which is usually roll up ur sleeves and dive in frantically, often leading to alot of time spent later cleaning up, where if u take a few min. To think you save time in the end cause you make a more efficient process as you go rather than making something functional now but fixing it later, i.e what number is this. 1000000000000, vs, 1,000,000,000,000 sometimes it's easier to take the time and make the commas in life as you go rather than finishing quickly but left with extra work at the end
zahrah alward 1 month ago
thank you soooo much
Mi Ch 1 month ago
The guy badly regrets his stupidly wrong investment decision and tried to justify it through studying his own reasoning, then came up with an inaccurate conclusion about how we regret chances not taken - may be true for him, but not for all of us. What I hate from these talks is how these speakers come out with headline conclusions that they think apply to everyone.
Malate K 1 month ago
Great another informative talk
Micah Buzan 1 month ago
YouTube is better than a college education, and it's free.
Reese Fowler 27 days ago
Ay bruh, I saw you comment on an alter bridge song once
Sara Santa Maria 1 month ago
lol chrome and safari were already installed on my computer and I used to use chrome but I ended up changing to safari
bladid 1 month ago
Nothing takes as much preparation as improvisation , /some guy
Chrystal Bess Redding 1 month ago
Thank you Adam Grant and TedTalks for the original and enlightening video. Like most, I too procrastinate on my tasks and some projects. And after many months of procrastinating I bring out clear and interesting ideas that I didn't know I had. (Some of my friends and colleagues call me out for being slow but I don't care. Because I always make a promise and I deliver).
S Miller 1 month ago
Thomas Edison was *not* an original, he was a thief.
L vonende 1 month ago
First mover Advantage vs The Law of the Retarding Lead
Helen Moran 1 month ago
Really about to click out during the middle of this video I got work to do fhfbgdhjc
Agamemnon Sears 1 month ago
To be original, you don't have to be first. You just have to be different and better. Awesome. Grant got a standing ovation, one of the few Ted guests that deserved it.
Lyubomir Ikonomov 1 month ago
If the chart include not only the number of pieces - but also the total playtime - Wagner will be somewhere in the middle.
Caden Taylor 1 month ago
Yeah this guy is right. I mean just look at Ed Sheeran. He took Marvin Gaye’s song and changed it up a little bit. Then BOOM! Sheeran makes millions!
Phil Th. 1 month ago
1:54 I fucking swear I was singing Best of You in my head and he says THIS *Dave Grohl bursts through the wall*
Adrijana Radosevic 1 month ago
.hey this is how I function. Maybe there's some hope for me yet.
Toyhome .in 1 month ago
👍🙏👍🙏👍🙏👍🙏👍🙏👍🙏
Walgekaaren 1 month ago
Well the reason I chose firefox was at that time Windows was bitching around with the Kongregate and Armorgames and other such and the only decent options to keep playing my fav. java and flash games online was Firefox and it was recommended to me by trusted friends I listened to ;) Firefox never made my internet lag in the same way as Explorer did. :S I still haven't switched back to Explorer, because it's not a very procrastination friendly zone - too much nagware and too little patience to find out what I really want and need compared to click-baiting and other stuff - at least from my perspective. I only keep it around for the Explorer only games like hexic; hop-it bookworm 2 (oh right, they discontinued that on free-mode). i don't see the reason why to waste my time on surfing with it, because how much time it consumes, compared to Firefox - time is really the reason, how long a page takes to load - for some reasons at my location it takes 30 seconds to load a page with Explorer what takes Firefox only 5 seconds to load, so it wasn't hard to make that decision. No offence to Explorer users.
Sal Chandra 1 month ago
The opposite of deja vu is jamais vu.
Salted 1 month ago
A few decades ago: Kids turn into crabs. Nowadays: We're all lobsters!!1
Muhammad Dadang Kurnia 1 month ago
Read the book first and then watch this video. It makes me understand clearly!!
Sheraz Ahmad 1 month ago
I have learned absolutely nothing from this !
shikamaru nara 1 month ago
Wait a minute
Myroslav Nikitiuk 1 month ago
Sadly that they didn`t hear abou bowser Amigo made by mail.ru, that was istalled on computer despite your wish, like a virus. I wanna hear about theese kind of people.
COOLguyMAULIN 1 month ago
nice
Yves St-Pierre 1 month ago
Dude. respect.
The Lozenger 1 month ago
Let’s go CHROOOOOME
sebatian 1 month ago
I am not an original thinker.
ki daniels 1 month ago
Bravo.being original is the best way of improving the world around US You are an original! Voilla(=can you see it)
ki daniels 1 month ago
Vu ja dey.i am liking you man
ki daniels 1 month ago
Idea doubt is motivating.i like it