Nikola Tesla – one of the greatest and most prolific inventors of all time. I saw one of his famous quotes today and it really resonated with me:
“The scientific man does not aim at an immediate result.
He does not expect that his advanced ideas will be readily taken up. His work is like that of a planter – for the future.
His duty is to lay foundation of those who are to come and point the way.” – Nikola Tesla
The reason I was so moved by this quote is because this is what we are doing at Posit Science every day.
Effective, clinically proven brain training exercises are a relatively new invention, but we are planting the seeds for the future.
Fifty years ago, people didn’t realize that regular physical exercise was necessary for good overall health.
The early pioneers of the exercise movement had to work to provide evidence and results to tip the balance, and now virtually everyone knows that a physically fit lifestyle is a healthy one.
Right now, the brain training movement is very much in its nascent stage.
We believe that fifty years from now, everyone will know that targeted, effective brain training exercises will be a necessary component of a healthy and vital life.
So the questions is: do you want to be an early adopter of this life-changing technology, or wait until it’s part of the mainstream? What would Tesla do?