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The Hidden Habits of Genius

The Hidden Habits of Genius

by Craig Wright

Think like a child. Be grateful lik a child. Happy like a child. Embrace a kind of childishness. View the world from the eyes of a child.

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It takes a lot of time to become young.

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Take, for example, the entries on Leonardo’s to-do list for a single day in Milan. His tasks included calculating the area of the city and its suburbs; finding a book describing the area’s churches; learning how to square a triangle mathematically; examining a crossbow; finding out how to repair ...

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Many of the greatest geniuses go to great lengths to minimize disruptions while they work.

The Russian novelist Leo Tolstoy made a habit of locking the door while he wrote. Vladimir Nabokov wrote Lolita in the back seat of his parked car, declaring it the only place in the world with no dra...

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There are some rules which need to be broken. Dare to break them. Dare to face the opposition.

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There is no genius without a touch of madness. In fact, genius people are 20 to 30 times more possible to have a mental disease. But they don't fear this, they look for the good in these situations. They turn them into a new 'pipeline's of creativity.

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The opposite of hard work and concentration is needed to be done too. Relax could mean taking a shower, lying on a couch, cycling, leisurely walk. That's where the ideas 'kick' in.

Walking played a key role in the creative routines in lives of geniuses but if you are going for a stroll in s...

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I read this book in the year 2018 when I stumbled upon an ESL and a self-improvement mentor by working for him as his content writer for his blogs, providing show notes for his podcast and rewriting his English as a second language teaching materials. Despite Vishen Lakhiani, the founder of Mindvalley, a self - development publishing company and hosting Awesomeness Fest event in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia is controversial man, but his book did make some sense to think about conventional thoughts that we were taught since we were growing up.

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I've added all the essential exercises mentioned in the book in the stash below. These mindful exercises and certain questions which you can ask yourself are indeed a gem and definitely must be included in your existing mindfulness practice or journaling habit for a more enhanced overall development. A ONE-STOP SOLUTION INDEED!

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