Elizabeth Gilbert of the book Eat, Pray, Love

posted Sep 30, 2015, 3:19 PM by David Alan Binder   [ updated May 16, 2016, 6:59 AM ]
 
Elizabeth Gilbert of the book Eat, Pray, Love
 
I heard this story on National Public Radio show Here and Now.  It is a wonderful story of how ideas have their own life and they share that life with you and can actually be passed from one person to another potentially.  Maybe this explains how sometimes patents for similar devices come along at almost the same time, or maybe when inventors, book writers and others seem to happen along with similar ideas within the same year.
 
It is an interesting thought.  The real article is here at this web site:
 
 
Read how Elizabeth believes ideas potentially will not be held back and may be passed like viruses.  Ideas may have a life of their own and inspiration can hit two people at similar times.
 
My advice for you, Dear Writers, is if you have an idea, then run with it right away before someone else takes over or that idea makes itself known through other sources.  I am your Write Coach and I am waiting here to help you NOW!
 
Let me help you with your ideas and make them come to fruition.  Contact me at ab3ring at juno dot com or dalanbinder at gmail dot com

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I heard this story on National Public Radio show Here and Now.  It is a wonderful story of how ideas have their own life and they share that life with you and can actually be passed from one person to another potentially.  Maybe this explains how sometimes patents for similar devices come along at almost the same time, or maybe when inventors, book writers and others seem to happen along with similar ideas within the same year.
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