Albert Einstein is our role model and symbol of humanity, creativity and intellect for Mission Future.

Above with his Jewish friend from Berlin, Sigmund Loewe, the inventor of radio 1923 and TV 1930, both in exile in the U.S..

Einstein said:

“Imagination is more important than knowledge.”

“We cannot solve the problems of the world on the same level of thinking on which we have created them.”

“The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.”

Steve Jobs gave us this advice:

“The best way to create value in the 21st century is to connect creativity with technology.”

Without creativity there is no progress for mankind.

The term originated from the Latin word creo. It means to create, to give birth, to produce, to create, to bring to life and to cause.

Creativity is the basis for new ideas and something previously unknown, i.e.
creating something new. The prerequisite for innovation and human progress for 50,000 years.

Without it, everything is nothing: No ‘Imagine’ by John Lennon, no Mona Lisa, no man on the moon. No progress of mankind.

Creativity encompasses the ability to think creatively with imagination and
to venture into new spheres.

To invent, create, and improve something that is useful to man.

Rigid totalitarian systems always fail because they lack the elasticity of creativity and the freedom of thought and ease of new creation. This is where ideology sets the course allowing no deviation. The leadership clique and an omnipotent bureaucracy decide on the new and always fail in this Herculean task.

Creativity requires the oxygen of individuality.

Conformity and bureaucracy kill it.

Creativity is one of the three pillars of Mission Future.
Developing more creativity at all levels is a must for the future.
Maximum creativity is central to more effective policies in the 21st century. It is the thinking Ferrari-engine for progress.
Encrusted structures and old thinking must be radically broken down and overcome.