Why are some people so full of ideas and capable of presenting concepts that change the world? This question is explored in Originals: How Non-Conformists Move the World, the #1 New York Times bestseller by Adam Grant. While it is mostly focused on entrepreneurs, this book includes learnings that are applicable to teachers and parents. It talks about rules vs values, the importance of being open to ideas from anywhere and why feedback should be encouraged from even the most junior people at a workplace or school campus. This publication highlights the powerful changes that take place when people challenge the status quo and look for new ways of doing things. It explains why some people are more original thinkers, and delves into how someone with a new idea can champion it and get help to bring their vision to life. You’ll find this book intriguing if you’re interested in the incredible potential of a new idea and you want to nurture originality in the people who look up to you.