"This is a strange world, and it promises to only get stranger. Niels Bohr, who engaged with Heisenberg in those long, nighttime conversations that ended in despair, once said that great ideas, when they appear, seem muddled and strange. They are only half understood by their discoverer and remain a mystery to everyone else. But if an idea does not appear bizarre, he counseled, there is no hope for it. So we must live with the strange and the bizarre, directed to unseen lands by faint glimmers of hope. Every moment of this journey requires that we be comfortable with uncertainty and appreciative of chaos' role."
Here are the results from a recent Working Wounded Blog/ABCNews.com online ballot:
What is most dangerous about the mindset you bring to work?
There really isn't a danger, 17.7 percent
Lack of creativity, 19.3 percent
Attempts to control, 29 percent
Rigid thinking, 33.8 percent
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This work is the opinion of the columnist and in no way reflects the opinion of ABC News.