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The Hidden Habits of Genius

The Hidden Habits of Genius

by Craig Wright

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ALBERT EINSTEIN

“I have no special talents. I am only passionately curious.”

ISAAC ASIMOV

“Self-education is, I firmly believe, the only kind of education there is.”

Curiosity

We are born curious. Children learn from their surroundings by touching, smelling, and looking at everything. It is our best and most effective tool for discovering new things. However, some people are born with a deeper sense of curiosity that allows them to learn constantly.

The power of focus

Geniuses are completely focused on their work and prioritize it.

Take the case of Albert Einstein, for instance. If you think of him, you probably picture him in a solitary study or behind a dusty blackboard in a lecture hall working on his groundbreaking ideas. In reality, Einstein was...

  • Be open to new and unfamiliar experiences. Push yourself to do something that scares you. Let yourself get lost in the wonders of nature or a new city.
  • Learn about geography, history, and local culture.
  • Ask questions. When yo...

It is not unusual for geniuses to wreak devastation on their surroundings. The boat sways as a result of their actions. 

Whether we like it or not, they are altering the course of history. They also don’t do it in a way that is compliant with the law.

Rest and relaxation

Being brilliant entails more than simply being able to focus. It also involves the capacity to unwind, which is the polar opposite of exerting oneself and concentrating intensely.

According to the creative habits of many geniuses, the most effective method to come up wi...

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