Chuck Stover on Making Use of Your Brain During Repetitive Tasks

It was a job. It was good exercise, great people there. It gave me a lot of time to think about design during the day because of the repetitive nature of the work. Kind of put half of my brain thinking about design questions and the other half to work. Then I would come home after work and get onto Sketch-Up and work on designs until I passed out.


Chuck Stover worked a factory job making Cadillac suspensions. That repetitive job gave him the ability to think about 3D design.

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 Chuck Stover of Made by Wombat – Episode 15
Electronic/World Wide Web>Internet Video:  Stover, Chuck (1/15/2015), Chuck Stover of Made by Wombat – Episode 15, Retrieved on 2015-01-20
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