The sci-fi legend explains that good ideas come from a willingness to get paid for doing nothing.
With tens of thousands of books, short stories, articles, and reviews to his credit, science-fiction writer Isaac Asimov may have been one of the most prolific creatives of the 20th century. But what did the I, Robot and Foundation author think was the most important elements of the creative life? Isolation, a good work ethic, and a willingness to waste other people’s time and money.
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