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able to create before, china, africa, india. it is incredibly bright future. you don't get to hear very often. it is so much easier to be pessimistic, the a public apocalypses nearly here, things are terrible. but that is not the whole story. >> i believe that on an optimistic note. kevin, how to fly a horse. please help me in thanking the two of them. [applause]. like to go to the audience for the question and answers. please go to the microphone. please direct your questions to either of the two authors. >> kevin, my question is when you look at people who have had our high moments, do you see any pattern that goes around that? that might leave them up to that moment, or what they do when they have that moment? >> sure. that is a great question. what is happened is they do not actually have an aha moment, the aha moment if you familiar with it is we mention in mozart that mozart is alone in a good mood, suddenly a symphony appears in his head and he writes it down and he is done. one of the things i write in the book is that is a myth based on what is forgery. we've known it is f
, competition competition from china, $100 million that he had to spend fighting a patent infringement, 8484 years old and he is still going. i'm thinking this guy does not want to stop, he understands what the value of the american dream is. he is not going to quit, so neither my and neither should you. [applause]. thank you so much. [applause]. >> is there nonfiction author book you'd like to cease featured on book tv? send us an even male, book tv at c-span.org. tweet us at book tv. or post tv. or post a comment on our wall, facebook.com/book tv. >> this new year's weekend book tv brings you three days of nonfiction books and authors, on new year's day, encore presentations of in depth. starting at 7:00 p.m. eastern, tom hartman on his life and career, and his response to viewer calls and questions. his books include the crash of 2016, rebooting the american dream, and threshold. at 10:00 p.m. eastern, economist walter williams, his most recent walter williams, his most recent book is american contempt for liberty. his other books include race in economics and up from the project. s
, the outsourcing that has been going on that he fought tooth and nail. the competition from china, $100 million that he had to defend at home and around the world. 8484 years old, he is still going. i'm thinking, this guy guy does not want to stop, he understands what the value of the american dream is. he is not going to quit, so neither mi and neither neither should you. thank you so much. [applause]. >> of their nonfiction author book that you would like to see featured on book tv? send us an an e-mail, book tv at c-span.org. tweet us at book tv, or poster, on our wall, facebook.com/book tv. >> this new year's weekend, book tv tv brings you three days of nonfiction books and authors. on new year's day presentations on in-depth starting at 7:00 p.m. eastern, nationally syndicated talkshow host of tom hartman. his many books include the crash of 2016, rebooting the american dream. then at 10:00 p.m. eastern, economist walter williams, his most recent book is american contempt for liberty. his other books include race and economics. saturday evening at 10:00 p.m. eastern on afterw
people have not been able to create very much before in china and africa, india. so it's an incredibly bright future for the human race actually, which you don't get to hear very often. it's so much easier to be pessimistic. the zombie apocalypse is nearly here. everything is terrible. that's -- >> traffic. >> that's not the whole story. >> i want to leave that on an optimistic note. kevin, ashton, how to fly a horse, ashlee vans, how to fly a horse. please help me in thanking the two of them. [applause] >> i'd like to turn it to the audience for questions and answered. there's a microphone in the center. please direct your question 0 the ear of both of them. and we'll try to keep us on schedule. >> kevin, when you look at people if a ah-ha moments do you see pattern that make them -- might lead them up to that moment? or what they do when they have that moment. >> sure. the great question. the pattern is they don't have ah-ha moments. we mentioned mozart. mozart is alone in a good mod and sudden lay symphony appears in his head and he writes it down and is done. that is a myth based o
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