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Leonardo da Vinci's creative process
How to approach problem-solving like da Vinci
The importance of curiosity and observation
I believe you can produce insight even if you are not an autistic genius.
You can simply integrate massive amounts of stimuli per unit of time and change.
Train yourself to get back to first principles thinking.
If you are feeling sad, you can make other people love you.
Make is a strong word, but hear me out! If you are sufficiently effective to prove yourself useful multiple times and produce things, people will be naturally more drawn to you.
It is far more effective to build yourself an incubator where you can gather and have conversations with people on the same spectrum, but different in subtle ways.
In the old days, if you owned something like an Inn, you pretty much had it covered. You would connect to people by default, providing food, drinks, and shelter on a rainy day. You could then make favors and have leverage. Remember the Vander and the first episode of Arcane?
man: You folks need anything?
woman: Leave us.
man: You sure about that? Sounded to me like…
woman: Piss off.
man: Ah. ( object scrapes ) I think I know what you need.
woman: You don’t seem to listen, barman…
man: A bit of advice. Don’t threaten the guy who pours the drinks
woman: So you’re Vander.
You can become lethal by developing skills as a non-technical individual, assuming that you have some blend of self-awareness and some method to absorb the world around you.
If you storm through the city during rush hour, managing to solve micro-errands, texting, catching the bus, employing various and personal self-orientation techniques while keeping your head clear and protecting your decision-making capabilities, you are on the right track.
If you believe what you want to do and gradually prove yourself legit, the world itself will shape around your goals. Less talk, more work.
I write, design, I edit videos + some other experiments 🧪 :. on refactored perception + trying to improve cognition using info clusters & visuals ~
Genius is such an overrated buzzword. You can become one in your own way.
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