Problem Solving: Einstein And Edison Did It Half Asleep

August 12, 2016

problem solving

Need a new way of problem solving? Try using your half-asleep brain!

No, seriously… there’s actually a scientific way to harness your brainpower without even knowing it. Great minds such as Albert Einstein and Thomas Edison used “theta thinking.” You can, too. (Originally shared on



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