The most successful creative minds have integrated idea generation into their daily routine. Ingenious minds are often characterized by their tremendous productivity. Thomas Edison, for example, not only invented the light bulb and the first electric light network, but also obtained a total of 1,093 patents in areas such as telegraphy, sound recording and the beginnings of the film industry. He even built an electric car and an electric train. Mozart wrote 626 compositions, consuming about 8 kilometres of music paper. Pablo Picasso’s work is estimated at 50,000 paintings, drawings, graphics, collages, sculptures and ceramics.