Secret of the Ages - Part V, Chapter 17 Summary & Analysis

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Part V, Chapter 17 Summary and Analysis

Chapter Seventeen, Part Five begs the question, Are you Creative?

Reprinted from Dun's Review and Modern Industry, May 1962, Chapter 17 presents a quote from Albert Einstein where he says that imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited, whereas imagination is limited only by the belief of the man in whose mind it resides. Part of the problem with the belief in imagination today is that many executives believe that creative thinking is only found in the realm of the artistic. If they have not been trained in the arts, they have no claim to being among the "idea men" of the company. The belief that ideas and imaginings belong only to those trained in the arts has limited many a business man or woman. All mankind has the ability to imagine, what is lacking is the...

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