The Hidden Habits of Genius: Beyond Talent, IQ, and Grit—Unlocking the Secrets of Greatness

by Craig Wright

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The Hidden Habits of Genius: Beyond Talent, IQ, and Grit—Unlocking the Secrets of Greatness Ideas

  • Energize:

    Take time to heal your mind, body, and spirit, by finding rest. For some rest is sleeping, for others, it’s communing with nature or lounging in a hammock with a good book. Whatever helps you reset and rejuvenate your mind and body is what you need to do. You cannot have a genius moment or influence

  • Bare your Pain:

    Unsurprisingly, a lot of geniuses have dealt with mental illness to a degree. Many artists are afflicted with depression, anxiety, and even schizophrenia. That’s not to say you need a mental illness to be a genius or artist, but baring your pain, and allowing it to express itself, and channeling it

  • Break the Mold:

    Genius does not wait for society to tell them that they can think, behave, or discover. They just do it. Often they cause massive disruption while changing the world. Galileo, Martin Luther, both changed the world with their radical ideas and reforms, respectively. Confining yourself to the norm and

  • Intense Focus:

    Most people can focus on tasks wholly for a short period of time, but a genius has the ability to focus on a project to the complete exclusion of all others. Or, some have the ability to maintain an intense focus on a task or project even while embroiled in daily life. No matter the case, the abilit

  • Growth Mindset:

    Being open to the world around you allows you to have ample opportunities to grow as a human. This, in turn, can help you tap into the genius you want to be. Be curious and find the world around you a place to make discoveries and grow. Most inventors, artists, and experts in their fields are curiou

  • The Innocence of Youth:

    Children see the world differently. They aren’t confined by the societal norms of their cultures to view the world in a certain way. With the mindset of a child, people can see the world in clearer bolder strokes. Picasso did so, and Mary Shelley did so. Mary Shelley wrote her famous Frankenstein wh

  • Genius:

    What makes a genius? How do people range from can’t carry a tune to being able to belt opera for hours? What makes the difference between someone who can write a best-selling novel and someone who struggles to finish an essay? In history, there have been many people we deem to be geniuses for one re

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