The Highly Effective Individual
by Donald W. MacKinnon - 1960
What strikes the author most forcibly about the creative persons whom we have assessed is their openness to experience, and the fact that they, more than most, are struggling with the opposites in their nature, striving ever for a more effective reconciliation of them, and seeking to tolerate and to bind increasingly large quantities of tension as they strive for a creative solution to ever more difficult problems which are not set for them but which they set for themselves.
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