That crazy man that was Einstein... He really did know a thing or two

Come on... you can’t keep on believing that continuing to do the same things all the time will allow you to achieve different results… because, let’s face it, every once in a while changes and innovations work like restorative vitamins if you have been ill for a long time.
Our friend Albert - who apparently was a dunce at s(k)ool, but then he surprised us all! - went further by claiming (as he did) that "Who blames his failure to a crisis neglects his own talent, and is more respectful to problems than to solutions. The greatest inconvenience of people … is the laziness with which they attempt to find solutions to their problems. There's no challenge without a crisis; without challenges, life becomes a routine, a slow agony. There's no merit without crisis. It’s in the crisis where we can show the very best in us. Without a crisis, any wind becomes a tender touch.… "
In short, it’s a bit like saying that when there is a crisis - and the wise etymology of this word tells us that a crisis is nothing more than a moment of choice, of a tough decision - necessity sharpens our mind and it’s a good job that we sometimes find ourselves in situations outside of our comfort zone, in which we can use our creativity and all of our resources to change, question, rethink!
Once again it depends on the self-determination of each of us to decide whether or not it’s an opportunity!
Obviously we lean towards this interpretation and we firmly believe that working hard - in any area of our life in which we must make a tough decision - allows us to overcome and transform any difficulties into something positive and different.
Considering that Albert always looked at the world with curiosity during his life, it is clear that the key to finding new solutions is to ask others and ask ourselves questions, investigate ourselves and our surroundings… with the kind of determination to achieve our goals/dreams that doesn’t allow you to give up, not even in the face of failure
And to you who might consider these ideas to be rhetorical and smile sarcastically while thinking “yeah, whatever, all hot air!”, we would like to say that they are not only simple incontrovertible truths but actually the pillars of modern management…
In our opinion it is nice to think that trying to behave like this every day makes us work better and faster… That's why today we wanted to talk a little about this friend of ours…. With a little imagination, why don’t you invite him to dinner too?!… You’ll have loads of fun …and apparently he has a great brain too!