Science + Tech
Pablo Picasso, Henry Ford, Steve Jobs and Martin Luther King, Jr. are all considered iconoclasts. That is, they are people who did "something that others say can't be done." They saw the world a bit differently than most and were willing to take risks in order to achieve their respective goals. In his book, Iconoclast: A Neuroscientist Reveals How to Think Differently, Dr. Gregory Berns explains the "biological basis" for how the brain of an iconoclast works. Though true iconoclasts are rare, by understanding how they think you can begin thinking like one.