I am not the smartest physicist, I just happen to have a great tool to solve problems, would he say.

Nobel Prize Winner Richard Feynman used a specific method to put large problems on a slow cooker.

He wrote down his 12 favorite problems and always had them around. 

Whenever he had an idea, read something interesting or had an inspiring conversation, he would put the new information into his system.

Niklas Luhmann had a similar system, his „Zettelkasten“. 

Now it’s your turn:

Write down your 12 favorite problems.