Observation inspired by “Art of the Idea” of John Hunt.
“Right from the start, in ENESSERE, Federico and I have tried to work primarily with people who share our enthusiasm and bring new ideas rather than negative people who always point out the difficulties and risks first of all. We like that in our team, when evaluating a new proposal, we always respond firstly “why not?” than a simple and cold “why?”. Alberto Tessaro – Co-Founder Enessere
This is an interesting statement that reflects the observation no.1 that John Hunt makes in his book the Art of the Idea. “You get sunrise people or sunset people”
It is the perfect starting point for a clean energy company. A sunriser gives out energy, just as our ENESSERE Hercules wind generator and a sunsetter sucks it away.
A sunriser goes through life open to the idea that the best may still be coming.
This sums up beautifully the symbolic eolic renaissance of ENESSERE and with a positive outlook to renewable energy generators aesthetically designed and built with the skill of our master craftsmen.
Whilst, a sunset person is heavy in the knowledge that the best is past.
Great ideas often come from quiet people who take stimuli from their surroundings, but work in solitude with their mind.