Major: Water, Minor: Fire – Innovator
“Innovation is seeing what everyone has seen and thinking what nobody has thought.” - Dr. Albert Szent-Györgyi
In a candle-lit world, Thomas Edison envisioned a small, glass-encased device that would harness electricity to make light. He brought his idea into reality. Martin Cooper saw Captain Kirk using his wireless communicator on Star Trek, and made science fiction become science in 1973, inventing the first hand-held cellphone. Elon Musk saw a world full of cars that drive themselves, and it’s quickly becoming a real possibility.
Wild ideas wake you up in the middle of the night. They get your blood flowing. You look at problems and say to yourself “there has to be a better way to do this.” The ideas burst from you like shots of light from a Roman candle. The trick for you is to see through your own fog of creative emotion. When the muse hits hard, pull back the reins. Treat others with respect, even when they don’t share your vision. Slow down, connect with the people around you, even those you don’t like.