"The only way in which we can bring our creative resources fully into play is by misjudging the nature of the task, by presenting it to ourselves as more routine, simple, undemanding of genuine creativity than it will turn out to be." (via Matt Brown...I think?)
Malcolm Gladwell's 5 Best Life Lessons for Entrepreneurs
Albert Otto Hirschman (April 7, 1915 – December 10, 2012) was an influential economist who had authored several books on political economy and political ideology. His first major contribution was in the area of development economics. Here he emphasized the need for unbalanced growth. Because developing countries are short of decision making skills, disequilibria to stimulate these and help mobilize resources should be encouraged.