Reflection on “creativity & invention”

Good example of reflection, bringing in other viewpoints and contexts.

Karim Nazmi (Creative Thinking!)

“The sweetest victory is the one that’s most difficult. The one that requires you to reach down deep inside, to fight with everything you’ve got, to be willing to leave everything out there on the battlefield—without knowing, until that do-or-die moment, if your heroic effort will be enough.” I really love this quote, it’s so inspiring at moments of failure and it basically sums Richard Turere’s story up. Two main things really caught my attention in the video. The first thing is Richard’s perseverance to achieve what he wanted to, especially after not only failing but even coming up with a solution that attracted lions instead of repelling or at least not affecting them. Any person in his shoes would have probably felt ashamed from his father and had feeling of guilt that would have lead him/her to give up. The second thing is that he simply doesn’t care about…

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  1. Karim’s reflection and his viewpoints really inspired me actually. Richard Turere is an inspiration to everyone even to old age people. They should be impressed how a 13 year old boy made an small innvention that helped the whole country and he was so brave. We should always believe that we can do anything if we wanted.

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